Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

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Edna Cormick, forty-three, is incarcerated in a mental hospital for murdering her husband. For twenty years, Edna escaped the world by devoting herself to the health and welfare of her husband and home, so when she learns hea€™s been having an affair, her sense of betrayal is devastating and literally maddening. And so she sits, silently filling notebooks, trying to find where and how her life went wrong. Dancing in the Dark is a tightly woven psychological novel, which explores the idea that madness is not necessarily self-destructive, and may lead to a kind of wisdom. From the Trade Paperback edition.You have to squeeze lettuce and hold fruits, heft them, close your eyes to feel the texture of their interior, and even smell them. ... plate and lead properly to dessert. ... Home again, on a weekend afternoon, unloading the car, doors hanging open while we did so, waiting while he journeyed up the stone walk edged withanbsp;...

Title:Dancing in the Dark
Author: Joan Barfoot
Publisher:Vintage Canada - 2010-04-23

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