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Pages for Her
Christina Kline's review
Jun 21, 2017
In elegant, graceful prose, Sylvia Brownrigg glides in and out of the lives of two women: Flannery, a writer married to a bombastic artist who values her beauty more than her mind; and Anne, an academic nearly a decade older whose decision not to have a child ends to her long-term relationship. Many years ago, these women shared a once-in-a-lifetime passion. Now, brought together serendipitously, they are surprised to discover [find] that time has done little to squelch [tamp down] desire. Nuanced, assured, and razor-sharp, PAGES FOR HER is both a bittersweet story about rekindled love and a profound meditation on what it means to be alive.
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June 21, 2017 – Shelved