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by Hester Kaplan

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  • ISBN 0704347210
  • ISBN13 978-0704347212
  • Language English
  • Author Hester Kaplan
  • Publisher Women's Press Ltd,The (June 1, 2001)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats docx txt mbr rtf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Contemporary
  • Size ePub 1822 kb
  • Size Fb2 1338 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 701


Hester Kaplan is the author of the award-winning story collection The Edge of Marriage. KINSHIP THEORY is an intriguing novel that raises complex questions and intelligently does not provide pat answers.

Hester Kaplan is the author of the award-winning story collection The Edge of Marriage. The story line is deep and well written, but the key characters aside from the newborn are so ego-centered, readers feel nothing but disdain for them. The lack of a redeeming value for the new parents and to a lesser degree the martyr Maggie hurts a powerfully intelligent relationship drama that leaves fans pondering the social issues raised by Hester Kaplan.

KINSHIP THEORY is an intriguing novel that raises complex questions and intelligently does not provide pat answers. The story line is deep and well written, but the key characters aside from the newborn are so ego-centered, readers feel nothing but disdain for them

KINSHIP THEORY is an intriguing novel that raises complex questions and intelligently does not provide pat answers.

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A mother bears a child for her daughter, not fully understanding the difficulties that will follow. The novel tackles ethical issues and lays out the emotional consequences in a very human and readable fashion. Find similar books Profile. Do you know what I understood this morning? That this' Maggie said, circling her hands around her stomach, 'is still an abstraction for Dale.

Now in paperback: the highly acclaimed first novel that illuminates. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Hester Kaplan (Goodreads Author).

Dale has asked her mother to bear the child she cannot have herself. Published by Thriftbooks. They represent the selfishness, sadness, and confusion in all women.

Kaplan’s instinct for character development succeeds in converting adlines plotting into events that constitute natural progressions in already damaged lives. Though in love with Lily, Maggie knows the arrangement won’t last: eventually the pieces of normalcy will fall back into place, leaving all to reevaluate the meaning of family and trust.

Hester Kaplan is a master of her craft, and in The Tell she uses her prodigious talent to put a marriage under her microscope. Every sentence of this book is breathtaking.

An elegant and haunting novel of love and family, The Tell demands that we reconsider our notions of marriage-duty, compromise, betrayal, and the choice to stand by or leave the ones we love. Mira and Owen's marriage is less stable than they know when Wilton Deere, an aging, no longer famous TV star moves in to the grand house next door. Hester Kaplan is a master of her craft, and in The Tell she uses her prodigious talent to put a marriage under her microscope. Ann Hood, author of The Knitting Circle ).

Hester Kaplan is an American short story writer, and novelist. Kaplan was born to a Jewish family, the daughter of novelist Anne (née Bernays) and author Justin Kaplan

Hester Kaplan is an American short story writer, and novelist. Kaplan was born to a Jewish family, the daughter of novelist Anne (née Bernays) and author Justin Kaplan. Her maternal grandparents were Doris Fleischman and Edward Bernays, "the father of public relations" and nephew of Sigmund Freud. She grew up in Cambridge and graduated from Barnard College. She has taught writing at Rhode Island School of Design and teaches at Lesley University.