The Marcy Stories
Fiction. Fran Zell writes a touching and eloquent coming of age novel set in the Jewish suburbs of Cleveland and later Chicago. "Zell explores the vagaries of love, religion, sexuality, and family bonds and conflicts that frame an individual life, evoking joy and sorrow and confusion and desire and ultimate understanding and forgiveness. It's a beautiful and memorable debut." -Ron Wallace, author of Quick Bright Things.
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