Banished Children of Eve, A Novel of Civil War New York by Peter Quinn

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About Peter Quinn

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PETER QUINN is the author of the novels, Banished Children of Eve and Hour of the Cat and a book of essays Looking for Jimmy. He was head speech writer for two New York governors—Hugh Carey and Mario Cuomo—and an Editorial Director for Time Warner. A third generation New Yorker whose grandparents were born in Ireland, he now lives and writes in Hastings, New York.
 
Published June 24, 2008 by Overlook. 554 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Quinn's remarkably accomplished debut is a historical saga set in New York in the summer of 1863.

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It follows a motley group of New Yorkers through a few days in the terrible summer of 1863, when anguish at the dragging war, the boiling rancor between the invading Irish immigrants and ``True Americans,'' the hatred of both for the blacks they feared would take away their jobs, the festering re...

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Los Angeles Times

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"Banished Children of Eve," Peter Quinn's exceptional debut novel, presents the far more earthy New York of yesteryear.

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The Independent

Quinn describes the poor unsensationally, but he creates strong central characters.

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