The Morning and the Evening: A Novel by Joan Williams

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The Morning and the Evening: A Novel

'“First novels as deft and disciplined as this are rare indeed. . . . The Morning and the Evening should delight thoughtful lovers of the best in fiction.” —TheNew York Times   “A haunting and beautiful tale, richly infused with humor and sharp insights into the human predicament. Not the least of Miss Williams’ talents is her perfectly focused rendering of the Southern landscape. . . . A fine work.” —William Styron   “The Morning and the Evening places Joan Williams with that distinguished group of writers which includes Harper Lee, Elizabeth Spencer, Flannery O’Connor, Katherine Anne Porter, Eudora Welty and Carson McCullers.” —Nashville Banner   “Remarkable.” —Time   “A gifted writer in superb control of her craft.” —The New York Times Book Review   “To her simple materials, Joan Williams brings the art of the born storyteller, subtlety of psychological insight, and a deep clarity of feeling. She has, in fact, the last and greatest gift: to move the heart.” —Robert Penn Warren   “Unique . . . honest, moving, compassionate.” —Chicago Sun-Times   “A very beautiful book.” —Harpers Magazine'
'“First novels as deft and disciplined as this are rare indeed. . . . The Morning and the Evening should delight thoughtful lovers of the best in fiction.” —TheNew York Times   “A haunting and beautiful tale, richly infused with humor and sharp insights into the human predicament. Not the least of Miss Williams’ talents is her perfectly focused rendering of the Southern landscape. . . . A fine work.” —William Styron   “The Morning and the Evening places Joan Williams with that distinguished group of writers which includes Harper Lee, Elizabeth Spencer, Flannery O’Connor, Katherine Anne Porter, Eudora Welty and Carson McCullers.” —Nashville Banner   “Remarkable.” —Time   “A gifted writer in superb control of her craft.” —The New York Times Book Review   “To her simple materials, Joan Williams brings the art of the born storyteller, subtlety of psychological insight, and a deep clarity of feeling. She has, in fact, the last and greatest gift: to move the heart.” —Robert Penn Warren   “Unique . . . honest, moving, compassionate.” —Chicago Sun-Times   “A very beautiful book.” —Harpers Magazine'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497694637 Pages: 218