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Time Will Darken It
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Author: Maxwell, William

Brand: Vintage

Color: Navy

Edition: 1st Vintage International ed

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Number Of Pages: 368

Release Date: 04-02-1997

Details: Product Description Pregnant with her second child, Martha King finds her marriage to lawyer Austin King more and more frustrating when her husband befriends his young foster cousin, Nora, and, in the process, unwittingly jeopardizes his marriage, career, and place in the community. Review This is a quiet, thoughtful, knowing book . . . -- The New York Times Book Review, Richard Sullivan From the Back Cover When Austin King plays host to his distant Southern kinfolk, he unwittingly sets in motion events that will threaten his marriage, his law practice, and his standing in the community. For Austin's eagerness to please his idealistic foster cousin, Nora, is all too easily mistaken for other motives--especially since Nora is all too obviously besotted with him. This book is further evidence that Maxwell is one of our national treasures. About the Author    William Maxwell was born in 1908, in Lincoln, Illinois. When he was fourteen his family moved to Chicago and he continues his education there and at the University of Illinois.  After a year of graduate work at Harvard he went back to Urbana and taught freshman composition, and then turned to writing.  He has published six novels, three collections of literary essays and reviews, and a book for children.  For forty years he was a fiction editor at The New Yorker. From 1969 to 1972 he was president of the National Institute of Arts and Letters,  He received the Brandeis Creative Arts Award Medal and, for So Long, See You Tomorrow,  the American Book Award and the Howells Medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He died in 2000.

EAN: 9780679772583

Languages: English

Binding: Paperback

Item Condition: UsedLikeNew