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In the Middle of Nowhere, In the Middle of Nowhere, 0914590839, 0-914590-83-9, 978-0-914590-83-5, 9780914590835, , , In the Middle of Nowhere, 1573668656, 1-57366-865-6, 978-1-57366-865-1, 9781573668651,

In the Middle of Nowhere
by Fanny Howe

Quality Paper
1984. 238 pp.
Price:  $17.95 s
E Book
238 pp.
Price:  $9.95 t

In The Middle of Nowhere is a fictional story set in a New England town. It shows a glimpse into the meeting of the lives of four characters. Moods of landscape and weather reflect their states of mind, and incline them towards actions which represent the terminal points of character.

Fanny Howe is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. She is the author of several novels, including First Marriage, Bronte Wildeand Holy Smoke. Howe was awarded the 2009 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize by the Poetry Foundation to a living U.S. poet whose lifetime accomplishments warrant extraordinary recognition. 

"My daughter and I are among Fanny Howe's most devoted fans. She is a wonderful writer." —Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple

"Beyond mood and language are the uncommon concerns with 'duty,' 'virtue,' 'obedience,' with the relationship between morality and God, which augur well . . .She is not only writing well, she is thinking hard." —The American Book Review

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