The stone angel
It is the late 1960s, and Hagar Shipley's days are drawing to an end. In the course of an afternoon, Hagar's life unfolds: her childhood in a small prairie town, her Scottish immigrant father, the tumultuous relationship with her now-estranged husband, her sons, and their partners. Based on the novel by Margaret Lawrence.
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Review: The Stone AngelUser Review - Irene - Goodreads
This felt like the literary equivalent of running your fingers over an intricately carved mahogany chest. There was a sensual pleasure, the experience of savoring exquisite craftsmanship, the delight ... Read full review
Review: The Stone AngelUser Review - MI Lastman - Goodreads
Margaret Laurence ranks as a great, world-class author and this book is possibly her finest. It is also very much about rural Canada. My own grandmother, who had experienced much of what Hagar had ... Read full review