Ceremony in Lone Tree

Ceremony in Lone Tree Wright Morris Keith Botsford
  • Title: Ceremony in Lone Tree
  • Author: Wright Morris Keith Botsford
  • ISBN: 9780803282766
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ceremony in Lone Tree Wright Morris Keith Botsford Ceremony in Lone Tree Although Tom Scanlon would just as soon spend it alone his ninetieth birthday becomes the occasion for a family gathering in the Midwestern town of Lone Tree The unlikely celebrants take this opportu
    Although Tom Scanlon would just as soon spend it alone, his ninetieth birthday becomes the occasion for a family gathering in the Midwestern town of Lone Tree The unlikely celebrants take this opportunity to reconceive their visions of past, future, and family in their own grotesque and ultimately liberating ways Ceremony in Lone Tree is a spare and beautiful work by oneAlthough Tom Scanlon would just as soon spend it alone, his ninetieth birthday becomes the occasion for a family gathering in the Midwestern town of Lone Tree The unlikely celebrants take this opportunity to reconceive their visions of past, future, and family in their own grotesque and ultimately liberating ways Ceremony in Lone Tree is a spare and beautiful work by one of America s great postwar authors.
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    About Wright Morris Keith Botsford


    1. Wright Marion Morris was an American novelist, photographer, and essayist He is known for his portrayals of the people and artifacts of the Great Plains in words and pictures, as well as for experimenting with narrative forms.Morris won the National Book Award for The Field of Vision in 1956 His final novel, Plains Song won the American Book Award in 1981.


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    1. This is a dark comedy, written in the late 1950s and set somewhere in the middle of the author s home state, Nebraska It s also very much a mid century view by an American author, somewhat still under the literary shadow of Faulkner, as well as the shadow of the Bomb The characters are Nebraska born and only vaguely aware that the world they grew up in no longer exists Frontier violence long a thing of the past for them, they are troubled by the reemergence of violence in their midst particularl [...]

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    2. Well written and well developed characters gathered around a central event in the vast, empty spaces of Nebraska make for a story that is rich and stands on its own Must read by Morris

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