[KINDLE] ✽ Castle Nowhere: Lake-Country Sketches Author Constance Fenimore Woolson – Thomashillier.co.uk Castle Nowhere is Constance Woolson s collection of stories set for the most part in the Great Lakes, in particular northern Lake Michigan and Lake Huron near DetroitSeveral themes inhabit Woolson s w Castle Nowhere is Constance Woolson s collection of stories set for the most part in the Great Lakes, in particular northern Lake Michigan and Lake Huron near DetroitSeveral themes inhabit Woolson s writing an environmental consciousness and concern with landscapes an awareness of the complexities of race and an abidingly careful eye for the shallowness that Castle Nowhere: MOBI :↠ sometimes accompanies wealth or social pretensions She also had a unique perspective as a woman who pioneered the use of controversial subjects such as unrequited or misplaced passion and methods in fiction during a time that valorized domesticityAs Margot Livesey notes in her introduction, reading about thwarted love is only one of the pleasures to be found in Castle Nowhere The majority of these stories are set in remote areas on the shores of Lake Michigan, which Woolson evokes with great vividness and beauty while always remaining keenly aware that beauty in no way mitigates hardship As a writer, she was nearly always looking over her shoulder, and many, if not all, of these Castle Nowhere: Lake-Country Sketches ePUB ´ Castle stories were written at a time when she no longer visited the Lake and her beloved Mackinac Island Contemporary readers will find a curiously modern atmosphere in Woolson s stories, as well as a distinct regional flavor in her careful renderings of the Great Lakes landscape As such, Castle Nowhere represents a rare woman s voice in literature of its period and settingConstance Feni Woolson was born in New Hampshire and moved to Cleveland shortly thereafter She spent Free Unlimited eBook time on Mackinac Island, Michigan, then traveled to Florida before moving to Europe Much of her time there was spent in Italy She died in Venice inNovelist Margot Livesey is the author of Eva Moves the Furniture and Homework.
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