Home (Oprah's Book Club)
Marilynne Robinson (Author)
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A luminous and healing book about families, family secrets, and faith from one of America's most beloved and acclaimed authors. The Reverend Boughton's hell-raising son, Jack, has come home after twenty years away. Artful and devious in his youth, now an alcoholic carrying two decades worth of secrets, he is perpetually at odds with his traditionalist father, though he remains his most beloved child. As Jack tries to make peace with his father, he begins to forge an intense bond with his sister Glory, herself returning home with a broken heart and turbulent past. Home is a luminous and healing book about families, family secrets, and faith from one of America's most beloved and acclaimed authors.
August 04, 2020
5.3 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.65 pounds
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About the Author
MARILYNNE ROBINSON is the author of the novels Gilead, Housekeeping, and two books of nonfiction, Mother Country and The Death of Adam. She teaches at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop.
"Remarkable . . . an even stronger accomplishment than Gilead." --Claire Messud, The New York Review of Books"An exquisite, often ruefully funny meditation on redemption." --Megan O'Grady, Vogue "An anguished pastoral, a tableau of decency and compassion that is also an angry and devastating indictment of moral cowardice and unrepentant, unacknowledged sin. . . . . Beautiful." --A. O. Scott, The New York Times Book Review "Rich and resonant . . . Gilead and Home fit with and around each other perfectly, each complete on its own, yet enriching and enlivening the other. But both are books of such beauty and power." --Emily Barton, Los Angeles Times "Marilynne Robinson is so powerful a writer that she can reshape how we read." --Mark Athitakis, Chicago Sun-Times "Home begins simply, eschewing obvious verbal fineness, and slowly grows in luxury--its last fifty pages are magnificently moving. . . . Powerful." --James Wood, The New Yorker "When Marilynne Robinson writes a new book, it's an event." --Pat MacEnulty, Charlotte Observer