4 edition of So Long at the Fair found in the catalog.
So Long at the Fair
by Severn House Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
If Schwarz had left it at that, I would have found SO LONG AT THE FAIR an absorbing, intelligent book. However, she chose not only to play with multiple viewpoints and numerous flashbacks, but also to lard the novel with an italicized subplot, a skeletal, murky . Anthony Thorne is the author of So Long at the Fair ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Fruit in Season ( avg rating, 2 ratings, /5.
So Long at the Fair () Not Rated | 86 min | Drama, Mystery. Vicky Barton visits Paris with her brother Johnny, only to discover the following morning he has gone missing, and the hotel staff have no recollection of his presence/10(K). SO LONG AT THE FAIR is a cinematic masterpiece indeed. Jean Simmons plays a young woman, Vicky Barton, who along with her brother, Johnny (David Tomlinson) visit Paris to attend the Great Exhibition of The siblings put up at a hotel in separate rooms, and in the morning, Vicky discovers her brother missing. It is also rather strange that /5(34).
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So Long at the Fair. Ina young Englishwoman (Vicky) and her brother (Johnny) arrive in Paris to see the Exposition Universelle.
This is Vicky's first time in Paris, and after checking into a hotel, she drags her tired brother to dinner and the famous Moulin Rouge/5. So Long at the Fair is So Long at the Fair book thriller and a mystery as well as character-driven literary fiction." —Los Angeles Times"Christina Schwarz's multilayered storytelling makes this novel spellbinding." —People“Schwarz has a gift for telling a suspenseful tale.
Both the fate of the marriage in peril and the unfolding of the decades-old drama drive the reader forward/5(34). So Long at the Fair. The summer fairgrounds provide a temporary refuge for eighteen-year-old Joel as he struggles to deal with his memories of Ashley, the friend he loved and expected to have as a part of his life always/5.
The main story in So Long at the Fair takes place over the course of one Saturday in the lives of Jon and Ginny, a married couple who had been high school sweethearts.
Their relationship has stagnated and Jon is having an affair with a co-worker, which has progressed to the point where Jon must make his choice between the two women/5.
So Long at the Fair is a thriller and a mystery as well as character-driven literary fiction." —Los Angeles Times"Christina Schwarz's multilayered storytelling makes this novel spellbinding." —People“Schwarz has a gift for telling a suspenseful tale. Both the fate of the marriage in peril and the unfolding of the decades-old drama drive the reader forwardBrand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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These are the delicious questions posed by Christina Schwarz (Drowning Ruth) in her wonderfully moody new novel, So Long at the Fair. So Long at the Fair drifts back and forth between a hot day in July during which Jon must decide whether to end his marriage, and the night in in which similarly irrevocable choices were made.
So Long at the Fair stampedes forward with elegant writing and a swift and noisy plot that held me in its thrall from the first page until the last. Anyone who has ever had a relationship, or is even thinking about having one, should read this book." - Betsy Carter, author of Swim to Me.
"So Long at the Fair is both compelling and intimate. Christina Schwarz dives deeply into the. Fans of Schwarz’s Oprah Book Club selection Drowning Ruth are likely to be disappointed by this convoluted novel about loyalty, love and obsession.
So Long at the Fair Christina Schwarz. In “So Long at the Fair,” the tussle between happiness and goodness defined by slippery people like Kaiser quite simply as passion versus fidelity moves through the lives of two generations of. OCLC Number: Notes: Poems. Description: 63 pages ; 21 cm: Contents: A note to God concerning a point from an earlier communication --Weatherman --Think also of horseshoes --The caterpillar --So long at the fair --In the beginning --Who the hell is ringing the doorbell --On my 35th birthday --And when in scenes of glory --Euglena --On the esplanade-canal --Taxi drivers.
So Long at the Fair A Novel By Christina Schwarz Doubleday, Publisher ISBN: I originally was interested in reading this book because of the title and the location. I was born and raised in North Eastern Ohio in so the life that the main characters of this book lived is very much like my memories of growing up/5(5).
So Long at the Fair by Christina Schwarz It’s pretty hard to write freshly about extramarital affairs Tolstoy and Flaubert did it rather well, after all and still more difficult to be honest and accurate about how a marriage feels from the inside (if you’ve never been married, you don’t know; if you are married, it feels disloyal).
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The consequences of the scandalous event continue to reverberate, touching the next generation. Thirty years. Discuss the role of Kyle (Jon’s brother) in So Long at the Fair.
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The book takes place on a hot summer day, but there are many flashbacks. out of 5 /5. Get this from a library! So long at the fair. [Hadley Irwin] -- The summer fairgrounds provide a temporary refuge for eighteen-year-old Joel as he struggles to deal with his memories of Ashley, the friend he loved and expected to have as a part of his life always.
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