9 edition of Requiem for a summer cottage found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Barbara Lockhart.|
|LC Classifications||PS3562.O256 R4 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002029238|
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He waded slowly and without a ripple, as though weights were attached to each foot, a man surrendered. Award winning author, Barbara Lockhart uses the setting of the Eastern Shore of Maryland for her two novels, Requiem for a Summer Cottage, and Elizabeth’s Field, as well as in her collection of short stories, The Night is Young.
With lyrical prose, she captures the flavor of the land and the people, ordinary folk living in small towns and on farms in both the present era and in pre-Civil War. Requiem for a Summer Cottage Set on Maryland’s Eastern Shore during the s and ’80s, Barbara Lockhart’s first novel tells the story of a family living on an isolated farm dealing with the ties of love and pain that bind and set them at odds.
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Lockhart’s (Elizabeth’s Field,etc.) collection of short literary fiction offers a series of character 16 stories in this book follow folks in a small town in Maryland called Puckum and the surrounding rural area.
The tone is set with the first story, “Beginning with Puckum,” which finds Christmas angels detaching themselves from lampposts on Main Street and sweeping Author: Barbara Lockhart.
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The people had begun moving and were trooping out of church. The only one who did not move was Andrey Andreyitch, a shopkeeper and old inhabitant of Verhny Zaprudy.
He stood waiting, with. Requiem for a Summer Cottage. Cover Art by Lynne Lockhart, "Coming Storm" Set on Maryland's Eastern Shore during the s and '80s, Barbara Lockhart's debut novel tells the story of a family living on an isolated farm, dealing with the ties of love and pain that bind and set them at odds.
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The huge expanse of cool green-blue lapped against the shore, almost tauntingly, daring him to try again to break the cycle of the boomeranging third stone. The first stone he’d thrown didn’t even sink because he threw it so.