After Eden by Valerie Miner

After Eden by Valerie Miner

English | ISBN: 9780806138145 | PDF | Pages: 259 | 621.41 KB

Loss and renewal in the lives of an individual and a community
After Eden is a provocative novel that examines the meaning of home and homelessness among people who see such issues as more than abstractions. In a story populated by Pomo Indians, Euro-American ranchers and vintners, and Mexican American migrant laborers, Valerie Miner deftly juxtaposes differing cultural views of wilderness, trespassing, and home. Her dramatic novel is contemporary, while reflecting on two centuries of change in a seemingly Edenic place.


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