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Barcode31662001633676
LocationWinamac
TitleGoshen Road : a novel / Bonnie Proudfoot.
AuthorProudfoot, Bonnie, 1954- author.
Call NoFIC PRO
CollectionAdult Fiction
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International Standard Book Number 9780804012225 (hardcover ; acid-free paper)
International Standard Book Number 9780804012232 (paperback ; acid-free paper)
International Standard Book Number 0804012229
International Standard Book Number 0804012237
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 23 813/.6
Personal Name Proudfoot, Bonnie, 1954- author.
Title Statement Goshen Road : a novel / Bonnie Proudfoot.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Athens, Ohio : Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, [2020]
Physical Description xiii, 224 pages ; 22 cm
Content Type rdacontent text txt
Media Type rdamedia unmediated n
Carrier Type rdacarrier volume nc
Summary, Etc. "An elegiac, unvarnished, and empathetic portrait of one working-class family over two decades in rural West Virginia, with sisters Dessie and Billie Price as its urgently beating heart. ...The story opens in 1967 with a logging accident and the teenaged Lux Cranfield's headlong plunge into the courtship of Dessie--a leap he takes not only in the wake of his near-death experience but to exchange his bitter home life for a future with the Prices, a family that appears to have the stability and peace that his own lacks. Within the year Lux and Dessie marry. Meanwhile, Dessie's rebellious younger sister, Billie, fights her way through adolescence with an eye toward an escape of her own, only to land with Lux's friend Alan Ray Munn and settle into a life of hardship. Ultimately, the voices and passions of Dessie, Billie, Lux, Alan Ray, and the Cranfield children build on one another to create an unforgettable chorus about the promises and betrayals of love--and what it takes to preserve a family when everything else is uncertain"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Working class families Fiction. West Virginia
Subject Added Entry - Geographical Term Appalachian Region Fiction
Location FIC PRO 31662001633676

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