Faithful are the Wounds
Set in the academic world of Harvard and Cambridge, this acclaimed novel dramatizes the plight of the embattled American liberal in the 1950s. Its central character is Edward Cavan, a brilliant English professor, who commits suicide. His death sets off a shock wave among Cavan's friends--and changes things for some of them forever.
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This book sucks there are so many characters and they are called by both their first and last names I had to make a chart just to keep up. I too had to read this for a college course and I will never intentionality read anything of May Sarton's again. Oh and the ending if you can call it that is horrific it just randomly stops.