Macdougal Alley: A Novel

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Alyson Books, 2001 - Fiction - 289 pages
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"Macdougal Alley" represents an auspicious debut and an extraordinary accomplishment by Tatheena Roberts, completed shortly before the celebration of her 80th birthday. A beautifully crafted study of self-discovery and first love set in the invigorating and breathless world of pre-WWII Greenwich Village, "Macdougal Alley" provides vivid descriptions of the New York World's Fair, lively depictions of lesbian bohemian life, and is rich with detail, luxurious characterization, and dialogue; an elegantly crafted, nostalgic story of finding a place in the world where the heart finally is at home.
"A charming story of women finding their way to freedom and each other."-Emma Donoghue
Tatheena Roberts is the founder of the Poway, California-based Salon de Literature, a group for aspiring writers to present their work for critique. She is currently at work on her second novel.

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