Sandra Thompson takes us inside the lives of women struggling to
find their places among lovers, husbands and ex-husbands, mothers,
and children in relationships where old rules do not apply and new
rules have not yet been set.
Thompson's characters live in a world where dreams often
supersede reality and things are not as they seem. Her style is
sophisticated and subtle, and we experience her stories almost by
osmosis. They stay with us afterwards to question their own
Subjects: Language & Literature
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