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Goldengrove

a novel

by Francine Prose

  • 149 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by HarperCollins Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teenage girls -- Fiction,
  • Sisters -- Fiction,
  • Adolescence -- Fiction,
  • Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction,
  • Middle class families -- Fiction,
  • New England -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrancine Prose.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3566.R68 G66 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16427803M
    ISBN 100066214114, 0060560029
    ISBN 109780066214115, 9780060560027
    LC Control Number2008002112

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: London: Macmillan, Description: pages ; 21 cm. Series Title.   Goldengrove, Francine Prose's elegiac 12th novel, opens with an epigraph from Gerard Manley Hopkins's poem "Spring and Fall: To A Young Child", which gives Prose her title.

    Goldengrove: A Novel eBook: Francine Prose: : Kindle Store. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Kindle Store Go Search Your Store Deals Store Gift Cards Sell Help 4/5(1). Golden Grove Books is an imprint of Rebelle Press, Inc with books available in eBook and paperback formats. Our catalog only includes fiction for Children. Our Catalog. E-mail: [email protected]

    Goldengrove takes its place among the great novels of adolescence, beside Henry James's The Awkward Age and L. P. Hartley's The Go-Between. Publisher: HarperCollins Kindle Book. Goldengrove Jill Paton Walsh, Author Farrar Straus Giroux $ (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book. .


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Goldengrove is an emotionally powerful novel about adolescent love and loss from Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer and A Changed ng on a young girl facing the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister, this masterful coming-of-age work is radiant with the possibility of summer and charged /5.

Goldengrove (Goldengrove, Book 1) by Francine Prose. Format: Paperback Change. Price: $ + $ shipping. Write a review. Add to Cart. Add to Wish List. Top positive review. See all 44 positive reviews › cmlk out of 5 stars Great book.

J This is the first book I have read by Francine Prose, but it won't be the last. /5(72). "Goldengrove"'s premise rang false with me too. This is the umpteenth book with this premise I've read, where the glamorous beloved older sister dies and the simpler younger one deals by trying to live her sister's life.

The teen (+murder) version of "Goldengrove" is "Saving Zoe" by Alison Noel/5(75). This is the first book of Jill Paton Walsh's that I have read and won't be the last.

A realistic novel, Goldengrove tells the story of two children who consider themselves to be cousins. Much against her mother's wishes, Madge manages to fit her holiday time to her grandmother's on the Cornish coast at the same time as Paul's/5.

Goldengrove (Goldengrove, Book 1) by Prose, Francine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Goldengrove takes its place among the great novels of adolescence, beside Henry James's The Awkward Age and L. Hartley's The Go-Between.

+ Read more ISBN:   Goldengrove is an emotionally powerful novel about adolescent love and loss from Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer and A Changed ng on a young girl facing the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister, this masterful coming-of-age work is radiant with the possibility of summer and charged Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.

Goldengrove is an emotionally powerful novel about adolescent love and loss from Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer and A Changed ng on a young girl facing the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister, this masterful coming-of-age work is radiant with the possibility of summer and charged.

When I first saw the title of Francine Prose's newest work of fiction, my mind hearkened back to the title of one of the best (in my opinion) young adult novels ever, GOLDENGROVE, by Jill Paton Walsh, originally published in It turns out that Prose's book bears only a passing resemblance to Paton Walsh's; however, the two, both inspired by lines from Gerard Manley.

The Goldengrove book series by Jill Paton Walsh includes books Goldengrove, Unleaving, and Goldengrove / Unleaving. See the complete Goldengrove series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

Goldengrove is an emotionally powerful novel about adolescent love and loss from Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer and A Changed ng on a young girl facing the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister, this masterful coming-of-age work is radiant with the possibility of summer and charged /5(26).

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Goldengrove is an emotionally powerful novel about adolescent love and loss from Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer and A Changed Man. Focusing on a young girl facing the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister, this masterful coming-of-age work is radiant with the possibility of summer and charged by the.

About the Book Goldengrove. by Francine Prose. Francine Prose, the New York Times bestselling author of Reading Like a Writer returns with an emotionally powerful novel about love and loss filled with echoes of the classics Vertigo and Pygmalion.

'Goldengrove' Traces The Contours Of Grief October 7, • Nico, the year-old narrator of Francine Prose's new novel, struggles to deal with the loss of her older sister. Golden Grove is a farm-family owned and operated company that grows, stores, and processes Virinia-style peanuts.

The enterprise is dedicated to providing % Farm Fresh peanuts to customers worldwide and accomplishes this by growing their own Virginias. Still, for all the darkness at its heart, Goldengrove is radiant with the lightness of summer and charged by the restless sexual tension of adolescence.

About the Author Francine Prose is the critically acclaimed author of nineteen novels, including the National Book Award Finalist Blue Angel and My New American Life/5(6). The emotional challenges of adolescence are exacerbated by the ordeal of bereavement in Prose’s plaintive novel (A Changed Man,etc.).The stage is set in a first chapter that details the relationship between year-old narrator Nico and her beautiful older sister Margaret, a headstrong charmer who channels the auras of romantic movies and popular songs into a.

Goldengrove A Novel (Book): Prose, Francine: A young girl faces the consequences of sudden loss after the death of her sister. As her parents drift toward their own risky consolations, thirteen-year-old Nico is left alone to grope toward understanding and clarity, falling into a seductive, dangerous relationship with her sister's enigmatic boyfriend.

Heartrending and intense, Goldengrove follows a girl on the cusp of adulthood during a summer when a death changes her life for ever. Publisher: Atlantic Books ISBN: Number of pages: Weight: g Dimensions: x Book Edition: Main.

Francine Prose writes with poignancy with her book, GOLDENGROVE: A NOVEL. It is a story that centers on loss and love by the main character, Nico, who at the age of thirteen, learns to mature quickly as a result of the death of her sister, Margaret.5/5(4).Goldengrove.

[Jill Paton Walsh] -- Expecting the usual carefree and happy summer with her cousin Paul at their grandmother's seaside home, Madge finds this summer to be different from the others.

Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. When her sister drowns, year-old Nico must navigate grief and growing up at the same time. Francine Prose's Goldengrove captures the confusion of adolescence tenderly and without condescension.