An intricate web of crossed paths and enlightening journeys teach
each of Joan Silber's characters something about "the size of the
world" in this richly imagined novel. A National Book Award
finalist for her last book, Silber here addresses the timeless
topics of love, loss, yearning, and forgiveness. She "does
brilliant justice to the many ways we have of being human" (Seattle
Times) and "offers a dizzying array of insights as she cuts back
and forth between stories set in the U.S. and Asia" (Chicago
W W Norton & Co Inc
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