The Evening Redness

The Evening Redness

Book - 1991
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The collected four novels with notes (1930-50) on his writing by Powell. The Blue Train: A young American man has a series of romantic relationships in the late 1930s with women in Paris, and then one in London. The river between: An elderly history professor, snow-bound in his mountain cabin with a young graduate student who is making a study of his creative career, tells the story of his love affair with the daughter of an Indian bruja, a tale fraught with hatred, intrigue, and witchcraft. El Morro: A beautiful but troubled Englishwoman, Arla Bay, travels to New Mexico to see the famed sandstone monument El Morro, and becomes involved with William Stone, a park ranger. Portrait of my father: The distinguished essayist presents an account, in fictionalized form, of his quest to unravel the puzzling life story of his father--a scientist and citrus company executive with a secret past in Paris.
Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA : Capra Press, c1991
ISBN: 9780884963356
Branch Call Number: Fiction Powell
Characteristics: 436 p. ; 24 cm


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