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The Falling Woman

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The Falling Woman by Shaena Lambert
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'An archetypal motif: the falling woman. Never quite fallen - always in transition - she insists on plunging into the forbidden: marching down Main Street topless; seducing married men; exploring the shadowy losses that predate her birth but still manage to stamp her being' Stories of family and love, lovers and betrayal, the longing and fear of which we are made: the stories of Shaena Lambert are about malevolent pubescent sexuality; tough women; adolescent boys boasting about female anatomy. They are sometimes unsettling, always thoughtful and thought-provoking. As with Alice Munro's work, Lambert's stories showcase intelligent women with complex inner lives negotiating the intricacies of relationships with lovers, children and parents. Some of the stories work away at the links and legacies that bind mothers and daughters, but here too is a story of a rigid father and his impulsive young son and the dark currents of their shared grief.

Author Biography

Shaena Lambert is Canadian (once taught by Margaret Atwood) and lives in Vancouver.
Release date NZ
November 6th, 2003
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Virago Press Ltd
Pages
192
ISBN-13
9781844080120
Product ID
1647976

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