5 edition of rainy season found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F1928.2 .W55 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||427 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||89031003|
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The book is comprised of chapters about life during the rainy season—spring, summer, and autumn—and within each chapter are alternating stories about Thoko Makwakwa, a middle-aged sangoma (healer) and owner of an illegal pub, Dankie Mathebula, a young man struggling with the death of a much beloved cousin while preparing for his university 5/5. The Rainy Season James P. Blaylock, Author Ace Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book The central conceit of this elegant.
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The Rainy Season is being reissued next week by Simon & Schuster, with a new, post-earthquake introduction. For an understanding of the Haitian people, this book is excellent. A joy to read/5. Rainy Season is a superb novel about the Angolan Civil War with a cast of fascinating characters.
Agualusa can be a very poignant author, extremely lyrical, and he has the wonderful ability to clarify complex situations without simplifying them. I have learned a lot about Angola from his fiction.4/5(1). Amy Wilentz is the author of The Rainy Season, Martyrs’ Crossing, and I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen.
She has won the Rainy season book Writers Award, the PEN/Martha Albrand Non-Fiction Award, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Rosenthal Award/5(8).
A brilliant blend of psychological insight and unearthly phenomena, The Rainy Season blurs the lines between the past and the present, the living and the dead, fantasy and reality.
REVIEWS: "The author of Winter Tides continues to display an uncanny talent for low-key, off-kilter drama, infusing the modern world with a supernatural tint/5(15). Rainy Season, first published in Portuguese inis a less oblique but less suavely controlled novel. Tender and terrifying by turns, it shows how a heroic artists' and thinkers' revolt fragments into internecine suspicion, conflict and cruelty/5.
Rainy Season book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. News of unrest in the area around the army base where Lane lives, and her kno /5. In The Rainy Season, Wilentz leads the reader through the world of Haiti and its people, both those who are corrupt and those who struggle each day against corruption.
I rainy season book visit Haiti for the 6th time this summer but I have not previously read anything in-depth about Haitian history. This book opened my eyes to essential information that Cited by: The Rainy Season is the first fiction book by Australian author, Myfanwy Jones.
Despite the abrupt, unexpected and very recent end of her six-year-long/5. Rainy Season – Stephen King. Stephen King. Rainy Season. It was half past five in the afternoon by the time John and Elise Graham finally found their way into the little village that lay at the center of Willow, Maine, like a fleck of grit at the center of some dubious pearl.
A Rainy Season Book Set during the heady days of Nigeria’s transition from a martial state to one that embraces – or at least practices – western democracy, A Rainy Season tells the stories of eight fictional characters who share an address in the sprawling, fast-growing metropolis of Lagos.
Rainy Season, The MP3 CD – Febru by Tobias S. Buckell (Author), Suzy Jackson (Reader) out of 5 stars 16 ratings/5(16). It’s a gray, wet winter in southern California, and Phil Ainsworth is alone.
The sudden death of his young wife has left him shaken, and he gets eerie sensations as he roams around the big, old house he inherited from his mother. A ghost story of sorts, The Rainy Season is a delicate novel through which the protagonist (and, consequently, the reader) meanders, encountering weirdness, villainy and obsession.
As with Stephen King, quotidian horrors rub shoulders with the supernatural variety, and, although I wouldn't describe this as a scary book, it is often unsettling/5. Rainy Season is the thirteenth story in the short story collection Nightmares and Dreamscapes.
It is set in the small town of Willow, Maine, and follows a young couple as they arrive just in time to play their part in a terrifying ritual. story. John and Elise Graham arrive in the tiny village of Willow, where they plan to spend the summer.
(John, presumably a teacher or professor at the University of Missouri, intends. Rainy Season by Amy Wilentz - Considered the best book ever written about Haiti, now updated with a New Introduction, “After the Earthquake,” features first Released on: Ap Rainy Season is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Spring issue of Midnight Graffiti magazine, and later included in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes collection.
It ended a bout of writer's block from which King had been : Stephen King. She drew praise for her first novel, Rainy Season (), a heartfelt portrayal of a young American girl’s life in the Panama Canal Zone in the late s.
In books like Sons of Liberty () and Amandine (), she continued to explore the sometimes harsh realities of family life, and become known for intuitive, honest, and realistic : Adele Griffin. The Rainy Season by Shelley Davidow Paperback Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description A tale of teenage pregnancy and its effects, this text features the character Thandi, who is her mother's pride and joy.
Thandi herself has ambitions to go. The Rainy Season, a richly complex novel that deftly combines love, death, and family into a heady concoction that never fails, is Blaylock at his : The Rainy Season: Haiti Since Duvalier by Amy Wilentz and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Directed by Vanessa Ionta Wright. With Brian Ashton Smith, Bryan Michael Dickerson, Lillian Gray, Anne-Marie Kennedy. A young couple arrives in the town of Willow, ME for summer vacation and after repeated warnings from town locals to leave, they stay and learn the horrific price the town must pay for prosperity/10(14).
Japan’s rainy season starts in early summer, between May and July, depending on the period is called Tsuyu (also pronounced baiyu) which translates to “plum rain” as the season coincides with the ripening of Japan’s plums. The wet weather is caused by cold winds from the north colliding wind warm southern winds which create several weeks of rain.A deeply atmospheric crime novel that bristles with truth and deception, secrets and lies: Death in the Rainy Season is a compelling mystery that unravels an exquisitely wrought human tragedy.