I Loved You All by Paula Sharp

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Marguerite Daigle struggles to survive in a small New York town she considers the edge of nowhere, always holding her family together by a thread. In the summer of 1977, that thread unravels when her older daughter forms a bond with a zealous but well-meaning religious right-to-lifer. A lyrical, funny, and moving portrait of family life, and of the peculiar politics of abortion rights, I Loved You All demonstrates once again that Paula Sharp is a writer of formidable abilities.

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Sharp has received an NEA fellowship and the Quality Paperback Book Club New Voice Award.
Published August 23, 2000 by Sterling Publications. 384 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In fact, when Marguerite goes off with boyfriend David Slattery to dry out, she leaves both Mahalia and pesky eight-year-old Penny in Isabel's care.

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On the way, Penny meets a carnival of characters, including Mrs. Fury, who places Penny before a mirror to show her who her worst enemy is, and shy Katie, who, at Penny's urging, stows away in a van headed for Albany.

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