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by Sandra Scofield

  • Author: Sandra Scofield
  • ISBN: 0452270278
  • ISBN13: 978-0452270275
  • ePub: 1209 kb | FB2: 1636 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literary
  • Publisher: Plume (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 613
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Walking Dunes (Contemporary Fiction, Plume) ePub download

Series: Contemporary Fiction, Plume. Paperback: 256 pages. Publisher: Plume (September 1, 1993). Walking Dunes is a true story. I lived next door to "David" as a child. I don't remember Sandra Scofield but she had to have been there

Series: Contemporary Fiction, Plume. I don't remember Sandra Scofield but she had to have been there. This book captures life in West Texas like no other.

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Scofield depicts the complex relationships connecting 45-year-old twin brothers, Fish and Michael, in Oregon with . I love Sandra Scofield's writing style, subtle and unadorned but striking

This QPB selection was a National Book Award finalist. Series: Contemporary Fiction, Plume. Paperback: 320 pages. I love Sandra Scofield's writing style, subtle and unadorned but striking.

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The sandhills stretch across the West Texas plains for 60 miles  .

Categories: Contemporary Fiction. By (author) Sandra Jean Scofield.

Walking Dunes gives us another glimpse of life as it lay on the lip of the sixties, life as beset by poverty, violence, and misery as it was buoyed by rock and roll, television, and the explosion of the suburbs. There is, too, in David's story the poignancy of a failed family, the sweet awkwardness of young love, the fierceness of early ambition, the bitterness of loss. The sandhills stretch across the West Texas plains for 60 miles. As much as ten miles wide in places, they are a gleaming, sugary whiteness. The winds keep a trickle of sand moving on their peaks; in high winds the sand shifts so fast they say the dunes walk.

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Fohuginn
Interesting read by a gifted writer. So much truth blended with fiction it's hard to separate.
Winenama
Not as good as later book, More than Allies, or earlier Gringa, because there are too many unsympathetic characters, including the main character. Too many characters in general for a short novel, but great attention to detail and a nice change from the usual sappy look at the fifties
Bajinn
Walking Dunes is a true story. I lived next door to "David" as a child. I don't remember Sandra Scofield but she had to have been there. This book captures life in West Texas like no other.
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