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'Meet Mavis Black, whose confidently intimate voice invites readers into the eccentric world of her large southern family. Coming home from college to her grandfather\'s prosperous Carolina vineyard, Mavis takes the measure of the emotional distance she has traveled from the people closest to her heart: her dreamy mother, her practical aunt, her bewildered boyfriend, her prodigal uncle - and most of all Punk, her grandfather, who plans to make Mavis his sole heir. Told with warmth, wit, and brio, Warlick\'s first novel rejoices in womanhood and the strength of loving ties. As New York Newsday said of Warlick, \"Her literary talents, not to mention her prospects, are immense.\"'

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Meet Mavis Black, whose confidently intimate voice invites readers into the eccentric world of her large southern family. Coming home from college to her grandfather's prosperous Carolina vineyard, Mavis takes the measure of the emotional distance she has traveled from the people closest to her heart: her dreamy mother, her practical aunt, her bewildered boyfriend, her prodigal uncle - and most of all Punk, her grandfather, who plans to make Mavis his sole heir. Told with warmth, wit, and brio, Warlick's first novel rejoices in womanhood and the strength of loving ties. As New York Newsday said of Warlick, "Her literary talents, not to mention her prospects, are immense."

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Coming home from college to her grandfather's prosperous North Carolina vineyard, Mavis Black takes the measure of the emotional distance she has traveled from the people closest to her heart--the members of her eccentric Southern family. "A marvelous first novel".--"Washington Post".

About the Author

Ashley Warlick is the author of The Summer After June and The Distance from the Heart of Things, for which she became the youngest ever recipient of the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship. She graduated from Dickinson College in 1994 and now lives in Greenville, South Carolina, with her family.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780395860311
Author:
Warlick, Ashley
Publisher:
Mariner Books
Author:
Warlick
Location:
Boston
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
Book Notes
Subject:
Reference-Study Notes
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
June 1997
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
8.30x5.66x.68 in. .60 lbs.

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Meet Mavis Black, whose confidently intimate voice invites readers into the eccentric world of her large southern family. Coming home from college to her grandfather's prosperous Carolina vineyard, Mavis takes the measure of the emotional distance she has traveled from the people closest to her heart: her dreamy mother, her practical aunt, her bewildered boyfriend, her prodigal uncle - and most of all Punk, her grandfather, who plans to make Mavis his sole heir. Told with warmth, wit, and brio, Warlick's first novel rejoices in womanhood and the strength of loving ties. As New York Newsday said of Warlick, "Her literary talents, not to mention her prospects, are immense."
"Synopsis" by , Coming home from college to her grandfather's prosperous North Carolina vineyard, Mavis Black takes the measure of the emotional distance she has traveled from the people closest to her heart--the members of her eccentric Southern family. "A marvelous first novel".--"Washington Post".
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