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by Helen Yglesias

eBook How She Died epub
  • ISBN: 0434892505
  • Author: Helen Yglesias
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: William Heinemann Ltd (January 15, 1973)
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • ePUB size: 1837 kb
  • FB2 size 1784 kb
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How She Died, her first novel, was published in 1972. Yglesias’s realism makes a distinctive contribution to American Jewish writing. Selected works by helen yglesias.

How She Died, her first novel, was published in 1972. This book was followed by Family Feeling (1976), Starting: Early, Anew, Over, and Late (1978), Sweetsir (1981), The Saviors (1987), Isabel Bishop (1989) and The Girls (1999), which Yglesias called a feminist novel about aging. Except for in Sweetsir, her protagonists come from the variable Jewish life of New York. Family Feeling (1976); The Girls (1999); How She Died (1972); Invoking America: A Gitche Gumee Memoir.

Helen Yglesias (1915–2008) is the author of five novels and several works of nonfiction

Helen Yglesias (1915–2008) is the author of five novels and several works of nonfiction. She lived in Maine and New York City. Books by Helen Yglesias. Mor. rivia About How She Died.

Helen Yglesias, whose novels examined women’s lives in an array of settings and situations - small towns, radical urban politics, abusive relationships, illness and old age - died on March 28 in Manhattan

Helen Yglesias, whose novels examined women’s lives in an array of settings and situations - small towns, radical urban politics, abusive relationships, illness and old age - died on March 28 in Manhattan. She was 92 and had lived in Brooklin, M. until several years ago. She died of natural causes, her daughter, Tamar Cole, said. Woven through much of Mrs. Yglesias’s work is the tension of women juggling the demands of career and family

How She Died Paperback – 1972. by helen yglesias (Author).

How She Died Paperback – 1972.

How She Died, the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship winner, is a shattering book - a fierce, resistant, cruel .

How She Died, the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship winner, is a shattering book - a fierce, resistant, cruel, self-destructive and extreme rejection of mortality and a partial attempt to show that we die the way we live. And even, as now, when forces clearly beyond our control preempt our destiny, Mrs. Yglesias seems to be saying something about the mode of action we can choose - individual or collective, private or public, sordid or (ironically) saintly. All of this potentiates the book with a kind of consuming commitment which overrides judgment (one is really too exhausted to exercise any).

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780395135297.

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Used availability for Helen Yglesias's How She Died. January 1973 : UK Hardback. March 1973 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

She started writing professionally when she was 54; her first published novel was How She Died (1972).

The protagonist is Mary Moody Schwartz, the daughter of a Communist who was convicted of spying for the Soviet Union during the 1930s.

Published 1973 by Heinemann in London. Protected DAISY, In library.

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