Wedding in October by GEOFFREY CLARK

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Wedding in October is a rich and gorgeous novel, deeply rooted in memory, delicately constructed, filled with subtle and compelling characters. While grappling with universal themes and events, Geoffrey Clark creates a world that is unmistakably Midwestern: fertile and expansive, plain-spoken and harshly beautiful. Wedding in October will lay claim to readers’ minds and hearts, its hold both gentle and utterly tenacious.”

-- Susan Dodd

“Geoffrey Clark formulated into words those sublime experiences that habitually leave no trace in the compartments of our consciousness save a film whose images have silvered.”

--Dennis Must

 

About GEOFFREY CLARK

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Geoffrey Clark is Assistant Professor of History at Emory University.
 
Published January 1, 2012 by Red Hen Press. 192 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set during an October weekend in the late 1950s, Clark's unintentionally hilarious novel tells of 19-year-old Miller and his affair with a teacher named Yvonne, who is 10 years his senior and married to a drunken university professor.

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