Chamber Music: A Novel by Doris Grumbach

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Chamber Music: A Novel

'“I believe Chamber Music will be a classic. It deserves to be.” —Alice Walker “Doris Grumbach’s Chamber Music has made a considerable impression on me. . . . It is a haunting story, all the more powerful because of the elegant economy of the writing.” —Barbara Pym “It is as if Willa Cather had decided to tell the whole truth. It is Virginia Woolf without the evasive prettifying. . . . One of those rare novels written for adults who listen.” —The New York Times “What a strange, haunting, stately book it is, and literally unputdownable, because Grumbach so gently tugs a reader through it with persuasions and limited promises and mysteries.” —Penelope Mortimer'
'“I believe Chamber Music will be a classic. It deserves to be.” —Alice Walker “Doris Grumbach’s Chamber Music has made a considerable impression on me. . . . It is a haunting story, all the more powerful because of the elegant economy of the writing.” —Barbara Pym “It is as if Willa Cather had decided to tell the whole truth. It is Virginia Woolf without the evasive prettifying. . . . One of those rare novels written for adults who listen.” —The New York Times “What a strange, haunting, stately book it is, and literally unputdownable, because Grumbach so gently tugs a reader through it with persuasions and limited promises and mysteries.” —Penelope Mortimer'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497676701 Pages: 216