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The Pentlands say that they can trace their family heritage back to the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colonyand Anson is writing a book about the family. By pages I really wanted to stop reading the book all together but struggled on.

Olivia is unhappy; her husband ignores her and she feels that she is not really living life. Mar 22, Kevin rated it liked it Shelves: It is at this point that the subtlety begins to go out autu,n window. Will Olivia leave the lies and oppression of her miserable in-laws, or will a sense of duty compel her to stay?

Tre sono gli eventi che sconvolgeranno la monotona vita di Olivia: Email Facebook Twitter Google Tumblr. This may have been Bromfield s intent, to draw characters so devoid of life in order to rip away any pretense of glamor surrounding the Old Rich, and it may have been novel during the Roaring Twenties, but in today s cynical world, the book doesn t hold up.

This novel is both a sad story and a satire. The prose is interesting enough to tell the story without getting in I suspect happy people don’t make especially good stories, and you ought not to expect many of them in this.

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The characters are very flat, and it’s too explicit that they just represent ideas. She bore the truth. But I was soon sucked in. This novel tells the story of the very wealthy Pentland family that is settled in New England and what happens when a member of their family returns to town after brokfield long absence.

And John Pentland, who has just seen the last of the Pentlands die, begins making bromfiel own plans for passing on the family when he is gone. And secondly, to me, it seemed that there really wasn’t much of story here. There are unwelcome changes to the neighborhood and to the lives of the Pentlands, coming in the form of Sabine Callender, s Pulitzer Prize winner for From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Somewhere she had learned all this.

Email required Address never made public. Afterward, he visits Mrs. Ye I really liked this bromfieeld.

Stuck because they believed and lived as if family and appearances count for a lot more than happiness. I highly recommend this book if you would like to read some high quality fiction.

Beautiful, kind Olivia Penfield lives a stifling existence with a soulless ewrly and his puritanical New Autimn family. The heroine is more than reluctant to begin with, their rapprochement is brought about by Sabine Callender, who would do anything to hurt the Pentlands- more, she would like to see the end of the family, their annihilation- and as the neighbor used to ride in the mornings with Sybil, he would like to go horse riding with the mother, who has this last chance to enjoy life and be happy.

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Early Autumn: A Story of a Lady

Aug 16, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: I married you because I was alone and frightened and wanted to escape a horrible life with Aunt Alice. I found it to be a truly brilliant work of literature.

I found the writing to be quite well done, and am looking forward to exploring more of Bromfield’s writing. John Pentland, broken-hearted at the death of his grandson, changes his will and eaely all his money to Olivia.

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May 04, Jerry Pogan rated it liked it. At a time without television, one means of entertainment for society women was to spend their time going to the houses of their friends, to be entertained and to learn the latest gossip. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In the beginning, I was curious why the Pulitzer Committee thought it worthy of its prize.

Everyone is unhappy, whether a martyr to tradition although she gets no pleasure from it, or a person who flouts tradition out of bitterness and gets no pleasure out of that.