Synopses & Reviews
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel from one of America's leading contemporary novelists.
Larry is a successful farmer in Zebulon County, Iowa. Widowed, he has three daughters, Ginny and Rose who work on the farm, and Caroline, who is a lawyer. When Larry decides to give the ownership of the farm to his daughters, Caroline's reservations mean she is cut out of the ownership.
A retelling of King Lear in an Iowa farming community.