4 edition of The first wife"s tale found in the catalog.
The first wife"s tale
|Statement||translated by Marilyn Richter and Marietta Schmitz-Esser.|
|LC Classifications||N7483.S87 A3 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
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The Wife Of Bath s Tale Book Summary: When an eclectic group of pilgrims take turns telling tales while on the road to Canterbury Cathedral, the Wife of Bath, an older woman who has been married and widowed five times, tells her tale eventually. But first she shares her opinions on marriage and the role of women with her fellow pilgrims. One of the strongest and most memorable voices in. Buy a cheap copy of The Wife's Tale book by Lori Lansens. Mary Gooch was once young and slender and carefree. But with each passing year she's accumulated an excess of pounds and worries. When, on the eve of her 25th Free shipping over $/5(5).
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This is the second book by Lori Lansens that I have read, and like the other The Girls, I was not disappointed in The Wife's Tale. This is the story of Mary Gooch, a morbidly obese Canadian woman whose husband leaves her on the eve of their 25th wedding anniversary/5(). The Old Wives' Tale is a novel by Arnold Bennett, first published in It deals with the lives of two very different sisters, Constance and Sophia Baines, following their stories from their youth, working in their mother's draper's shop, into old : Arnold Bennett.
This is Lansens' third novel. Her last book, The Girls, is one of my favourite and Rush Home Road was a wonderful novel which I loved too. Her new work,The Wife's Tale A Novel, while well written with and interesting main character in Mary Gooch, was not as strong as her previous two works.
In this story the author references her other two novels/5. The First Wife is a voice that will not be silenced, it is a powerful, original experience of what it meant to listen to a story by the fire – frightening, enthralling, harrowing and wondrous, mystical, inescapable." — Bookanista "A lively, engaging read." — The Complete Review "This is a powerful and angry book/5(14).
• The Wife’s Tale: A Personal History is published by 4th Estate. To order a copy for £ (RRP £) go to or call Free UK p&p over £10, online Author: Nadifa Mohamed. The Wifes Tale, a personal history, is the story of one womans life growing up and growing old in her native home of Ethiopia.
Written by Aida Edemariam, she recalls the stories that her grandmother, Yetemegnu, passed on to her about her life and the incredible changes she witnessed in her country/5. First Modern Library edition stated; flexible blue cloth covered boards, 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches, pages, tales on rear of dust jacket, Rockwell Kent endpapers, Toledano binding 6, pictorial dust jacket; spine very lightly faded with sunned strips at head and tail; toned dust jacket with sunned spine, small water spot on spine, chipping at.
What would have made The Wife's Tale better. There is no plot or story to this book, no compelling reason to come back and listen more. Some books pull you in right from the beginning and this book never did that. It is just day to day happenings. I think it had the potential to be much more.
for first 24 weeks. Enjoy unlimited digital access. Review: The Wife's Tale, by Lori Lansens. Open this photo in gallery: Lori Lansens's third book is Author: Cynthia Macdonald. A Finalist for The Governor General’s Award for Nonfiction in Canada. In this indelible memoir that recalls the life of her remarkable ninety-five-year old grandmother, Guardian journalist Aida Edemariam tells the story of modern Ethiopia—a nation that would undergo a tumultuous transformation from feudalism to monarchy to Marxist revolution to democracy, over the course of one century.
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The Wife’s Tale was featured in The Crimson Reading Series, hosted by Bookclub-in-a-Box. ‘The Wife’s Tale is a remarkable achievement: meticuliously researched, finely wrought and deeply felt, it is the story of one woman’s life lived, not so much against the backdrop of history, but in the midst of it’ Aminatta Forna, author of The Memory of Love/5(49).
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For the first time in her life, she boards a plane and flies across the country to find her lost husband. Casey Cep - New York Times Sunday Book Review/5(74). In her third novel, The Wife's Tale (Little, Brown), Lori Lansens revisits the small Ontario town of Leaford (also the setting of her first two, Rush Home.
Aida Edemariam, whose father is Ethiopian and mother Canadian, grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She studied English literature at Oxford University and the University of Toronto, and has worked as a journalist in New York (Harper's Magazine), Toronto, and London, where she is a senior feature writer and editor for The first book, The Wife's Tale, was named a Finalist for the Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.
This book is absolutely remarkable in the depth of the research, the conciseness of the prose, and the intimacy of the story. Ulrich uses Martha Ballard's diary as a springboard for exploring a multitude of topics, including gender roles, economic Independence, religious dissent, the psychological impact of an axe murder, and the singular contribution of just one woman who was doing her best.
A Finalist for The Governor General’s Award for Nonfiction in Canada. In this indelible memoir that recalls the life of her remarkable ninety-five-year old grandmother, Guardian journalist Aida Edemariam tells the story of modern Ethiopia—a nation that would undergo a tumultuous transformation from feudalism to monarchy to Marxist revolution to democracy, over the course of one century.
WINNER OF THE RSL ONDAATJE PRIZE AN ECONOMIST BOOK OF THE YEAR A CBC BOOK OF THE YEAR The extraordinary story of an indomitable year-old woman - and of the most extraordinary century in Ethiopia's history.
A new Wild Swans A hundred years ago, a girl was born in the northern Ethiopian city of Range: $ - $ The Wife's Tale is an intimate memoir, of both a life and a country.
In prose steeped in Yetemegnu's distinctive voice and point of view, Aida Edemariam retells her grandmother's stories of a childhood surrounded by proud priests and soldiers, of her husband's imprisonment, of her fight for justice--all of it played out against the rhythms of.
BuzzFeed Staff. 1. Hubert Howe Bancroft, Book of Wealth (first edition ) 2. L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Beatrix Potter,Tale of Peter Rabbit (first edition ) Ms. Decter spoke about her book An Old Wife’s Tale: My Seven Decades in Love and War, published by Regan book is a chronicle of her life since the s, including her roles as single.Edemariam captures her grandmother’s life in her first book, The Wife’s Tale: A Personal History.
Yetemegnu lived until the age of 98, and her stories – those of a woman without political power – are often those lost to history. She talks of being married by the age of eight to a cleric 20 years her senior.