Homeland

Homeland

A Novel

Book - 2009
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Two women--southerner Susanna Ashford and northerner Cora Poole--exchange letters throughout the Civil War, writing about the ordeal of a familiar world torn apart by tragedy, about books and art, about loss and longing, about their future and the future of their country, about love, about being a woman in nineteenth-century America, about friendship, and about the triumphant resilience of the human spirit.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2009
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780553906875
0553906879
9780553805529
0553805525
Branch Call Number: FICTION Ham
Description: 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Homeland

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Two women (southerner Susanna Ashford and northerner Cora Poole) exchange letters throughout the Civil War, writing about the ordeal of a familiar world torn apart by tragedy, about books and art, about loss and longing, about their future and the future of their country, about love, about being... Read More »


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Jul 03, 2012

Beautifully written capturing human emotion at a level not usually seen! I was transported into this world. I will continue reading this amazing author.

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