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By Carlene Bauer

Encouraged by means of Flannery O'Connor and Robert Lowell, this novel in letters immerses us within a relocating literary love tale and transports us to mid-twentieth-century big apple in all its glamour and zip

In the summer season of 1957, Frances and Bernard meet at a writers' colony. She reveals him faintly ridiculous, yet proficient. He sees her as aloof, yet fascinating. later on, he sends her a letter. quickly they're engaged within the form of quick, deep connection that could take over -- and alter the process -- our lives. Bernard is a poet--well-born, Harvard-educated, gregarious, passionate. Frances is a fiction writer--daughter of a middle-class Irish kinfolk, wry, quite (and usually unfairly) judgmental. She is deeply Catholic; he's a convert who yearns to sound out concerns of the spirit. he's good into his writing occupation; she is seeking a fashion into ny literary existence. So starts a rare novel advised in soaking up correspondence that explores religion, creativity, melancholy, ardour, what it capability to be a real pal, the character of appropriate sacrifice. How a lot should still we hand over for these we like? In witness to the entire ask yourself of kindred spirits and bittersweet romance, "Frances and Bernard "is a tribute to the ability of friendship.

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