Vinegar Hill

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Thorndike Press, 1994 - Fiction - 339 pages
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Ellen Grier returns with her husband and children to their midwestern Catholic hometown to live with her narrow-minded in-laws, coping with the family's eccentricity and confronting a hidden secret festering in her husband's past.

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First novelist Ansay here focuses on a beleaguered Midwest family. With their two children, James and Ellen have moved back to the town where they grew up and into the house of James's very difficult ... Read full review

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the book was very depressing and boring in the 70s a woman should have more will. Stopped reading and threw it away. Read full review



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A. Manette Ansay is the author of eight books, including Vinegar Hill, Midnight Champagne (a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award), and Blue Water. She has received the Pushcart Prize, two Great Lakes Book Awards, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. She teaches in the MFA writing program at the University of Miami.

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