Brook Evans

Brook Evans A novel written in the same year as Lady Chatterley s Lover about the effect of a love affair on three generations
  • Title: Brook Evans
  • Author: Susan Glaspell
  • ISBN: 9781903155165
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • A novel written in the same year as Lady Chatterley s Lover about the effect of a love affair on three generations.
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    1. Susan Keating Glaspell July 1, 1876 July 27, 1948 was an American Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, actress, director, novelist, biographer and poet She was a founding member of the Provincetown Players, one of the most important collaboratives in the development of modern drama in the United States She also served in the Works Progress Administration as Midwest Bureau Director of the Federal Theater Project.Her novels and plays are committed to developing deep, sympathetic characters, to understanding life in its complexity Though realism was the medium of her fiction, she was also greatly interested in philosophy and religion Many of her characters make principled stands.As part of the Provincetown Players, she arranged for the first ever reading of a play by Eugene O Neill.

    2. Love, love, love this book A very moving account of how ones actions effect the generations.Poetic and beautifully written.Will stay with me for a long time

    3. Way back in the mists of time, soon after I first discovered the wonders of Persephone books I read Fidelity by Susan Glaspell So now sixty odd Persephone books later and I find I don t remember Fidelity as clearly as some others I have read, although I know I enjoyed it In February, I was bowled over by a Susan Glaspell short story From A Z, in The Persephone book of short stories, it made me immediately want to read Brook Evans She lay flat, eyes closed, Joe sitting beside her, but not touchin [...]

    4. The title Fidelity plays not only with the concept of fidelity in marriage but also in friendships and in one s own principles and ethos Ruth, a young woman who falls in love with an older and married man, in a small conservative town pre World War I, struggles to live an honest life as she increasingly recognizes the effects of her choices and the strengths and limitations of love This is a beautifully written book, and Ruth is a character whom I will remember.

    5. I have read the Book it is very sad and emotionale purpose of my reading his Book was to prepare myself to play the charector of Caleb Evans in a Play performed at Nortland Pioneer College called Intimations of the Brook it was a very hard experiance for me because it took all of the physical and mental streangth I had to do so.

    6. Rather beautifully written but a tad melodramatic at times.I did rather like the way my reactions towards the various characters changed over time as did those of the characters The analysis of the effect of an unhappy life and the consequent embittering was excellent.

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