Sugar Cage ebook
by Connie May Fowler
San Francisco Chronicle Mixing magic with touches of political realism, Connie May Fowler has written a strangely beautiful novel about love and human frailties. Chicago Tribune A beautiful, taboo love story
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SUGAR CAGE weaves the story of such disparate people as Inez Temple, black maid to rich folks, Patrick Lackley, finicky .
SUGAR CAGE weaves the story of such disparate people as Inez Temple, black maid to rich folks, Patrick Lackley, finicky mortician, and Charlie Loonie, front-man schmoozer for a local band. The women in this book will steal your heart - especially the dear-hearted Inez, Charlie's loyal wife, Rose, and the magical Soleil Marie Beauvoir.
Connie May Fowler (born January 3, 1960 to parents of multi-cultural backgrounds) is an American novelist, essayist, memoirist, screenwriter, and poet. Her l novel, Before Women had Wings, received the 1996 Southern Book Critics Circle Award and the Francis Buck Award (League of American Pen Women). She adapted the novel for Oprah Winfrey and the subsequent Emmy-winning film starred Winfrey, Ellen Barkin, Julia Stiles, and Tina Majorino.
I love, love, love Connie May Fowler's use of voice - and in this particular story, written in close first POV, the mix of opposite cultures, the setting for these characters to collide, or overlap during one of the most tenuous times in American History and the earthy threads of how they were each connected - was superemly satisfying.
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Very good apart from usual library stamps. etc to inside front of book. This unlikely cast inhabits a narrative spanning 30 years. by Connie May Fowler. Publication Details: Putnam Pub Group, E Rutherford, New Jersey, .
How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly is the transcendent story of a young woman who, in a twenty-four hour period, journeys through startling moments of self-discovery that lead her to a courageous and life-altering decision. History & Fiction. 656. 0. Published: 2010.
Novelist, memoirist, essayist, poet, screenwriter, sky gazer. A Million Fragile Bones, Before Women had Wings, The Problem with Murmur Lee, Sugar Cage, & more. Mexico, Florida, Vermont. Robert Forster, the actor who was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of bail bondsman Max Cherry in the Quentin Tarantino hit "Jackie Brown," has died.
IN HER FIRST NOVEL, SUGAR CAGE (1992), CONNIE MAY FOWLER, A WHITE Floridian with Cherokee ancestry and an early exposure to Voodoo, employs some of the narrative conventions of magical realism as a way around the impasse of Southern race relations in Florida in the 1960s.