Tells the story of Jonathan Glover and Bobby Morrow, who have been friends since the age of 13. Jonathan is lonely, introspective and unsure of himself and Bobby is hip, dark and inarticulate. Together they find a solidarity that they lack separately. By the author of "Golden States".
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A writer of great gifts. Cunningham's voice reaches that lyrical beauty in which even the grimmest events suggest their potential for grace ( The New York Times Book Review )
Intensely, almost painfully intimate. A superb and major novel (David Leavitt )
As well as being fluent and attractive, this intimate saga of our times is immensely wise ( Mail on Sunday )
Cunningham writes with power and delicacy of his three characters. Yet each one retains the mystery that in people is called soul, and in fiction is called art ( The Los Angeles Times )
Extremely intelligent, moving and accomplished. Cunningham has mastered the art of evoking the richness of domestic lives ( Sunday Times )
Michael Cunningham lives in New York City.
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Book Description Penguin, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 140129340