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by Mary Lee Settle

  • ISBN: 1570030987
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Mary Lee Settle
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Other formats: azw mbr lit lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of South Carolina Press; University of South Carolina Press duel ed edition (September 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 430 pages
  • FB2 size: 1947 kb
  • EPUB size: 1688 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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The Kiss of Kin, Settl The novel that launched Settle's outstanding career, The Love Eaters is an acid satire of bedroom and community tragedy. A wealthy, small-town theatrical group finds itself at the direction of a wheelchair-bound man whose designs extend beyond the stage

The Kiss of Kin, Settl The novel that launched Settle's outstanding career, The Love Eaters is an acid satire of bedroom and community tragedy. A wealthy, small-town theatrical group finds itself at the direction of a wheelchair-bound man whose designs extend beyond the stage. As he begins to lose control, so do his players, revealing appetites they scarcely knew that had. The Kiss of Kin, Settle's second and highly acclaimed novel, centers on the funeral, and last testament of Anna Mary Passmore.

The novel that launched Settle's outstanding career, The Love Eaters is an acid satire of bedroom and community .

The novel that launched Settle's outstanding career, The Love Eaters is an acid satire of bedroom and community tragedy.

The Kiss of Kin, Settle's second and highly acclaimed novel, centers on the funeral, and last testament of Anna Mary Passmore. Drawn back to the Soutern homeplace, members of the Passmore clan-all of whom nurse visions that the matriarch's bequests will solve their problems-grapple with the various ties that bind them and with the disturbing appearance of an unexpected heir.

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Mary Lee Settle (July 29,1918 - September 27, 2005) was an American writer. She won the 1978 National Book Award for her novel Blood Tie. She was a founder of the annual PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction

Mary Lee Settle (July 29,1918 - September 27, 2005) was an American writer. She was a founder of the annual PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Settle was born in West Virginia and spent her childhood in Pineville, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Joseph Edward, a civil engineer, and Rachel Tompkins Settle. As a teenager she lived in West Virginia and spent two years at Sweet Briar College in Virginia.

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The Love Eaters and the Kiss on Kin. Mary Lee Settle. One of Mary Lee Settle's richest and most compassionate novels, Celebration chronicles the love affair of a widowed American anthropologist and a Scottish geologist who meet in the British Museum.

Mary Lee Settle (July 29, 1918 Charleston, West Virginia – September 27, 2005 Ivy, Virginia) was an American writer and winner of the National Book . The Love Eaters (1954). The Kiss of Kin (1955). O Beulah Land (1956).

Mary Lee Settle (July 29, 1918 Charleston, West Virginia – September 27, 2005 Ivy, Virginia) was an American writer and winner of the National Book Award for her 1978 novel Blood Tie. She was also one of the founders of the annual PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Fight Night on a Sweet Saturday (1964). All the Brave Promises: The Memories of Aircraft Woman 2nd Class 2146391 (1966). The Clam Shell (1970).

The novel that launched Settle's outstanding career, The Love Eaters is an acid satire of bedroom and community tragedy. A wealthy, small-town theatrical group finds itself at the direction of a wheelchair-bound man whose designs extend beyond the stage. As he begins to lose control, so do his players, revealing appetites they scarcely knew that had. The Kiss of Kin, Settle's second and highly acclaimed novel, centers on the funeral, and last testament of Anna Mary Passmore. Drawn back to the Soutern homeplace, members of the Passmore clan-all of whom nurse visions that the matriarch's bequests will solve their problems-grapple with the various ties that bind them and with the disturbing appearance of an unexpected heir. Pulbished together for the first time, these novels offer compelling tales as well as a sample of Settle's early writing.

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