In Night's City

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On the night of a fatherís death, two women remember.

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Esther, the wife denied, and Sara, her corrupted daughter, look back at the father ís over whelming cruelt y and ahead to their freedom from him. Finally liberated from his terrible physical and emotional abuse, they must decide whether they will accept new possibilities or conform to old values. The darkness, no matter how black, is not complete: 'I donít hate being a woman,' Sara tells herself. 'I donít.'

Beautifully written and remarkably powerful, In Night's City extends the tradition of the lyrical, impressionistic Irish novel, turning it to the hardedged story of two womenís attempt to escape a terrifying past.

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Author Dorothy Nelson
Publisher Dalkey Archive Press
Page Count 114pp
Publication Size 5.5" x 8.5"
Publication Notes Paperback
Publication Date 2006.0
ISBN 978-1564784186

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