Margaret Greeve is an outwardly accomplished and finished person: a
wit, an intellectual, and the wife of the headmaster of a
well-established boarding school for boys. She dwells in elegantly
appointed rooms, summers on Cape Cod, and cruises the piney coves
of the Northeast. Through a lifetime of deep reading and acute
observing, she has encountered blinding instances of beauty and
meaning, but nothing really prepared her for the grip of a mortal
illness. By turns shrewd, desperate, and comical, her look at death
and loss uncovers a depth of sexual feeling, a loving appreciation
of lifelong soul mates, and a vision of her place in creation.
Paul S. Eriksson
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Richard A. Hawley
||210 x 146 x 18mm (L x W x T)
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