The Surface of Earth Reynolds Price

ISBN: 9780689106620

Published: in 1975, The Surface of Earth is the monumental narrative that charts the slow, inextricable twining of the Mayfield and Kendal families. Set in the plain of North Carolina and the coast and hills of Virginia from 1903 to 1944, it chronicles the marriage of Forrest Mayfield and Eva Kendal, the hard birth of their son, Evas return to her father after her mothers death, and the lives of two succeeding generations. The Surface of Earth is the work of one of Americas supreme masters of fiction, a journey across time and the poignantly evoked America of the first half of our century that explores the mysterious topography of the powers of love, home, and identity. In his evocation of the hungers, defeats, and rewards of individuals in moments of dark solitude and radiant union, Price has created an enduring literary testament to the range of human life. Less

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Paul

rated it4 of 5 stars
almost 4 years ago

How many words does this thing have? 1,000,000?

It took four months but, finally, Im done. I hated several things about TSOE. Its length was a bore and the constant dialogue wore on me. But overall, I was impressed

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The Surface of Earth  by  Reynolds Price

The Surface of Earth by Reynolds Price
in 1975, The Surface of Earth is the monumental narrative that charts the slow, inextricable twining of the Mayfield and Kendal families. Set in the plain of North Carolina and the coast and hills of Virginia from 1903 to 1944, it chronicles the marriage of Forrest Mayfield and Eva Kendal, the hard birth of their son, Evas return to her father after her mothers death, and the lives of two succeeding generations. The Surface of Earth is the work of one of Americas supreme masters of fiction, a journey across time and the poignantly evoked America of the first half of our century that explores the mysterious topography of the powers of love, home, and identity. In his evocation of the hungers, defeats, and rewards of individuals in moments of dark solitude and radiant union, Price has created an enduring literary testament to the range of human life. Less

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Paul

rated it4 of 5 stars
almost 4 years ago

How many words does this thing have? 1,000,000?

It took four months but, finally, Im done. I hated several things about TSOE. Its length was a bore and the constant dialogue wore on me. But overall, I was impressed | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 491 pages | ISBN: 9780689106620 | 6.23 Mb

Published in 1975, The Surface of Earth is the monumental narrative that charts the slow, inextricable twining of the Mayfield and Kendal families. Set in the plain of North Carolina and the coast and hills of Virginia from 1903 to 1944, itMorePublished in 1975, The Surface of Earth is the monumental narrative that charts the slow, inextricable twining of the Mayfield and Kendal families. Set in the plain of North Carolina and the coast and hills of Virginia from 1903 to 1944, it chronicles the marriage of Forrest Mayfield and Eva Kendal, the hard birth of their son, Evas return to her father after her mothers death, and the lives of two succeeding generations.

The Surface of Earth is the work of one of Americas supreme masters of fiction, a journey across time and the poignantly evoked America of the first half of our century that explores the mysterious topography of the powers of love, home, and identity.

In his evocation of the hungers, defeats, and rewards of individuals in moments of dark solitude and radiant union, Price has created an enduring literary testament to the range of human life.



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