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Descriptions : Where polite society weighs heavily against extramarital dalliances, why do some people insist on acting against their own best interests Ah, the complexity of the human heart Virginia Sorensen seems to be saying in this dark novel about a 1940s Utah housewife, Kate, and a young violin maker, Peter, a man who elicits from her the first shock of overpowering attractions Where polite society weighs heavily against extramarital dalliances, why do some people insist on acting against their own best interests Ah, the complexity of the human heart Virginia Sorensen seems to be saying in this dark novel about a 1940s Utah housewife, Kate, and a young violin maker, Peter, a man who elicits from her the first shock of overpowering attractions Considering the circumstances of Kate s rural life, her marriage to an older man, and the trouble she has raising two stepchildren, readers may forgive her errant desires Yet her husband has been good to her, and the new object of her eye has a devoted wife and a handicapped son So, why should these two decent, if all too human, people be struck by this other side of human passion Ultimately, Kate decides to abandon her Utah home and her adopted family rather than risk disruption to Peter s household However, decades later she realizes her error and embarks on a pilgrimage back home to see her Peter once , to determine finally what meaning this romantic interlude held for her.Virginia Sorensen was born in Provo, Utah, and lived much of her adult life in Morocco and Florida with her husband, British novelist Alec Waugh She is the distinguished author of eight novels see, for instance, A Little Lower than the Angels , a collection of short stories Where Nothing Is Long Ago Memories of a Mormon Childhood , and as many children s books and winner of the Newberry Medal, an O Henry award, and two Guggenheim fellowships She spent a lifetime telling stories, many of which she offered to her Mormon community as their own Literary critics have hailed her as Utah s First Lady of Letters She died in 1991










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