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Channeling Mark Twain: A Novel

Autor: Muske-Dukes, Carol

Editorial: Random House

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Channeling Mark Twain: A Novel : Fresh out of graduate school, Holly Mattox is a young, newly married, and spirited poet who moves to New York City from Minnesota in the early seventies. Hoping to share her passion for words and social justice, she decides to teach poetry at the Women's House of Detention on Rikers Island, only minutes from Manhattan. There Holly meets a woman who will change her life forever: Polly Lyle Clement, an inmate who claims that she is a descendant of Mark Twain and is capable of channeling his voice. As Holly is caught up in the drama of her students' lives, her identification with their despair leads her to lose all perspective on the nature of justice. And when she is drawn into an affair with a fellow poet, Holly risks all that is familiar and conventional in her life.


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ISBN 13:9780812967494
ISBN 10:0812967496
Formato:Tapa Suave
Idioma:Inglés
Páginas:278
Tamaño:8.03" l x 5.12" w x 0.69" h
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