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Clara CallanHoolteacher and New York City where the younger Nora has moved to become a radio soap opera star Since both sisters are still on the shelf their roller coaster love lives Nora's in worldly Manhattan and Clara's in the restrictive atmosphere of small town spinsterhood are a primary subject of their letters and Clara's journal This is a uiet book studied and well researched but thoroughly engaging and readable Numerous references to period music political events and the looming war uite successf. As I mentioned I had mixed feelings about this one The beginning was gr

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Ully place the reader at both the centre and the periphery of life in the 1930s Side trips to Italy and to view the Dionne uintuplets feel entirely authentic With deceptive simplicity the author creates a world of clear images Nora came in from her shuffleboard game with a sweater tied across her shoulders her hair damp from the rain Most importantly Wright has realized characters that come alive on the page uite a feat considering the self imposed limitations of this novel's form Mark Frutkin. I did enjoy this book It was an easy page turner that really didn't nee

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Read õ Clara Callan 102 ä A finely detailed depiction of the Depression era Clara Callan is told entirely in the letters and journal entries of two adult sisters Clara and Nora Callan and their older lesbian friend Evelyn The novel Wright's ninth made a surprising sweep of Canada's major awards for best novel the Giller Prize and the Governor General's AwarA finely detailed depiction of the Depression era Clara Callan is told entirely in the letters and journal entries of two adult sisters Clara and Nora Callan and their older lesbian friend Evelyn The novel Wright's ninth made a surprising sweep of Canada's major awards for best novel the Giller Prize and the Governor General's Award in 2001 Wright has the gift of making the reader care deeply about these characters and their worlds which include small town Ontario where Clara is a sensitive sc. I very much enjoyed this book It mixes diary entries with letters in a