Loving Edith

Loving Edith The story of Edith Seagrace a fresh faced college girl plunged into New York s chic literary circles has delighted critics and readers alike with its stylishly drawn characters gentle satire and t

  • Title: Loving Edith
  • Author: Mary Tannen
  • ISBN: 9781573225441
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story of Edith Seagrace, a fresh faced college girl plunged into New York s chic literary circles, has delighted critics and readers alike with its stylishly drawn characters, gentle satire, and true to life depition of the Manhattan art and publishing worlds Like Carolyn See and Alice Hoffman, Tannen adds sparkle and the magic of coincidence to ordinary people s livThe story of Edith Seagrace, a fresh faced college girl plunged into New York s chic literary circles, has delighted critics and readers alike with its stylishly drawn characters, gentle satire, and true to life depition of the Manhattan art and publishing worlds Like Carolyn See and Alice Hoffman, Tannen adds sparkle and the magic of coincidence to ordinary people s lives Publishers Weekly.

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    1. This is a frothy little piece of fiction about a young girl who comes to New York to work as a summer intern at a magazine very much like The New Yorker /she is unaware that her upstairs neighbor, the rather extravagantly eccentric Lulu, is the mother who gave her up for adoption 21 years earlier. Nor does she realize that Lulu worked at the same magazine where she is an intern or that the Senior editor may very well be her father.How all is revealed and how Edith grows into herself makes for a [...]

    2. This was a completely enjoyable read. The story line was easy to follow, but the characters were interesting enough that it didn't matter that the plot was fairly straight forward. The story was set in the early '90s, but it didn't really feel like the '90s as I remember them, although that did not detract from the book at all. Also, when I finished the book, it struck me as something that could have easily been written as a play. All in all, if you're looking for something on the lighter side t [...]

    3. This was recommended via a dear friend of mine. She simply loves this book, and I can see why it appeals to her. It's a New York coming of age tale, and she likely read it at that pivotal time in her life in New York I didn't have the same reaction. The title for one, is interesting, because I really didn't feel like Edith was the central character in this story. Everyone in her parents' world and the world of the magazine drive the story. I found Edith herself to be inconsequential. The story j [...]

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