A Stone Gone Mad

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Random House, 1991 - Fiction - 322 pages
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Like The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, this searing story of lies and concealment takes us on an emotional roller coaster, brilliantly evoking a young woman's pain and confusion as she attempts to comes to terms with her sexuality. An astonishing literary debut.

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A STONE GONE MAD

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A Sapphic coming-of-age debut novel that's poetic in fits and starts and frank, but much too slow about getting its protagonist to face her big problem—i.e., exiting the closet. Fifteen-year-old ... Read full review

A Stone gone mad

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Emily Stolle has always followed her heart, and when she is 16 years old it leads her to her sister's best friend Mattie--with calamitous results. This being the Fifties, the family's discovery of ... Read full review

Contents

WHITE RIVER TO NEW YORK
3
GREENWICH VILLAGE AND GONE
219
Anna
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