4 edition of The Serpentine Cave found in the catalog.
The Serpentine Cave
Jill Paton Walsh
April 1998 by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English
|Series||(Charnwood Large Print Series)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
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The Serpentine Cave is a beautifully written story about a middle aged woman's search for her unknown father. Set in Cornwall, this novel evokes the spirit of this special region of England, and is a lovely study of a woman's search for her self in the context of her own past and that of /5(4).
The Serpentine Cave is a beautifully written story about a middle aged woman's search for her unknown father. Set in Cornwall, this novel evokes the spirit of this special region of England, and is a lovely study of a woman's search for her self in the context of her own past and that of her homeland/5.
The Serpentine Cave is a beautifully written story about a middle aged woman's search for her unknown father.
Set in Cornwall, this novel evokes the spirit of this special region of England, and is a lovely study of a woman's search for her self in the context of her own past and that of /5(16). The Paperback of the Serpentine The Serpentine Cave book by Jill Paton Walsh at Barnes & Noble.
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Pepi and the Secret Names Buy this book. From the gifted and versatile Walsh (Knowledge of Angels,etc.): the comfortably appealing story of a grown woman who, when her secretive mother dies at 84, at last goes back to her childhood to find the identity that had been kept from her.
Marion Easton, now in middle age, has never known who her father wasbut she does have a distant, half-complete, childhood memory of a seaside.
★★★½. There’s always a frisson of excitement when you come across a ‘new’ book by an author you like. Jill Paton Walsh’s Knowledge of Angels is one of my all-time favourite novels, as many of you will probably know, and so I was excited to come across The Serpentine Cave, which I’d never heard of ’s very different in spirit – a tale of quiet, private truths rather.
The Serpentine Cave Book Summary: When Marion's mother is silenced, first by a stroke, and then by death, she is left confronting the chaotic detritus of a life obsessively devoted to art. she has left it too late to ask the The Serpentine Cave book questions about scenes confusedly remembered from her childhood, and above all about the identity of her own.
The Serpentine Cave type. Book; genre. Fiction ”What was hard to see was the shape of another person, uncovered whole,” muses Marian, the searching heroine of Jill Paton Walsh. Jill Paton Walsh was educated at St Michael's Convent, North Finchley, and at St Anne's College, The Serpentine Cave book.
She is the author of several highly praised adult novels: Lapsing, A School For Lovers, Knowledge of Angels, which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize, Goldengrove Unleaving, The Serpentine Cave and A Desert in Bohemia.
The Serpentine Cave is an imagined story containing a true one - a powerful novel about memory and loss, birth and rebirth, and past regrets which still have the power to plague the present.
Length: pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled /5(14). London: Doubleday, () dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - After her mother, an artist, dies, Marian's search for her own past and the identity of her father takes her to the remote Cornwall fishing village of St Ives.
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