Unravelling by Elizabeth Graver

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Growing up on a small New England farm, a determined young nineteenth-century woman named Aimee Slater ventures to Lowell, Massachusetts, to find work, a move that leads to a split with her mother.

About Elizabeth Graver

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Elizabeth Graver teaches at Boston College.
Published August 14, 1997 by Hyperion. 288 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A Drue Heinz winner for her stories (Have You Seen Me?, 1991), Graver offers a debut novel about a 19th-century New Hampshire farm girl who goes off to the fabric mills of Lowell, Mass., finds herself pregnant and abandoned † la Tess Durbeyfield, then returns home to live a life of remorse and pe...

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The plainly eloquent voice of narrator Aimee Slater draws readers into this strong and affecting first novel.

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