Private Way

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Product Details

Price
$21.95  $20.19
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press
Publish Date
Pages
242
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.55 inches | 0.69 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781496230492
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About the Author

Ladette Randolph is the editor in chief of Ploughshares magazine and is distinguished publisher-in-residence at Emerson College. She is the author of several books, including This is Not the Tropics (Nebraska, 2022), Haven's Wake (Bison Books, 2013), A Sandhills Ballad (Bison Books, 2011), and Leaving the Pink House.

Reviews

"A wonderfully wise, vividly written, and deeply absorbing novel that delves into Willa Cather's question about what is required of 'a civilized society.' By turns funny, reflective, and harrowing . . . Private Way is that rare novel that acknowledges the real hazards of civic life while also celebrating its transformative power."--Suzanne Berne, author of The Dogs of Littlefield: A Novel


"Ladette Randolph carefully attends to quiet revelations. As with her previous evocative work, the seeming periphery of Nebraska centers the story as the state continues to transform, in unexpected places, for those who take the time to look."--Gretchen E. Henderson, author of The House Enters the Street

"In richly evocative prose Ladette Randolph describes the triumphs and failures of Vivi's new life offline. With its complicated characters and lovely evocations of Nebraska, Private Way is a surprising and utterly absorbing novel."--Margot Livesey, author of The Boy in the Field

"Vivi's wished-for privacy is challenged by a community teeming with unforgettable characters. . . . Here, in the company of the novels of Willa Cather, Vivi endures a record-setting Nebraska winter that challenges her to abandon her usual mode of evasion and secrecy. And therein lies the heart of Private Way."--Pamela Painter, author of Fabrications: New and Selected Stories