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The women's pages : Book Club set Debra Adelaide.

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Shelf Location BookClub/A
Book Club
Author Adelaide, Debra
Title The women's pages : : Book Club set / Debra Adelaide.
Publication Details Sydney, NSW: ©2015 Picador,
Collation 292 pages : 24 cm ; 10 copies ;
General Note Donated by Harrington Book Club 2016.
Abstract/Summary Dove is writing a novel for herself, for her mother and for their literary heroines. It describes the life of Ellis, an ordinary young woman of the 1960s troubled by secrets and gaps in her past. Having read Wuthering Heights to her dying mother, Dove finds she cannot shake off the influence of that singular novel: it has infected her like a disease. In grief's aftermath, she follows the story Wuthering Heights has inspired to discover more about Ellis, who has emerged from the pages of fiction herself - or has she? - to become a modern successful career woman. The Women's Pages is about the choices and compromises women make, about their griefs and losses, and about the cold aching spaces that are left when they disappear from the story. It is an examination of the extraordinary secrets and silences in the lives of ordinary women, as well as the mysterious process of creativity, which is intriguingly inspired by Wuthering Heights. Right up to its astonishing conclusion, The Women's Pages asserts the power of the reader's imagination, which can make the deepest desires and strangest dreams come true.
Subject General fiction
Australian authors -- Fiction
Book Club set
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