Breathing LessonsBook - 1988
In Breathing Lessons, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1989, we meet the harum-scarum Maggie, married for 28 years to competent, infallible Ira. On a hot summer day they are driving to Deer Lick, Pennsylvania, 90 miles from their home in Baltimore, to the funeral of a friend. During the course of that journey, with its several unexpected detours, Anne Tyler shows us all there is to know about a marriage: the expectations and disappointments; the way children can create storms in a family; and the way that a wife and husband can fall in love all over again.
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1988
Branch Call Number: FIC Tyler
Characteristics: 327 p
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