By Alice Adams
"Alice Adams writes with attractive financial system, an infallible feel of the telling detail--she can display extra in a couple of sentences than such a lot writers do in a bulgingly over-fed chapter." --San Francisco Chronicle
Once back, Alice Adams demonstrates her mastery of the relatives maze, her striking belief of the fragile and intricate threads that bind us to at least one another.
Caroline Carter, "almost wealthy and nearly old," has 5 daughters from 3 marriages. As she assesses precisely what it capability to be a mom to grownup daughters, we persist with them over the process a 12 months, when it comes to their husbands and fanatics. We see their deceptions, pleasures, triumphs, and setbacks. And we watch Caroline, as her personal existence adjustments irrevocably.
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