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Learn more - opens in a new window or tab. Categories: Historical Romance Historical Romance. Description In the East Village of a small New England town during the s, Jean Blouin's only teenage aspiration is to become a stonecutter like his father and grandfather before him; Madeline "Maddy" Smith is six years older and an accomplished pianist from a prestigious West Village family who discovers his raw musical and artistic talents. Amid the unprecedented changing times of the era, teacher and student become lovers and find themselves in a forbidden relationship that becomes intertwined with class struggle and turmoil escalating between the two very disparate villages of Masacksic, Massachusetts.
Both of their fathers are widowers, each coping very differently with their circumstances. Lucien Blouin, a French-Canadian immigrant, is supportive and accepting of his five offspring; Harlan Smith is from old New England money - an affluent alcoholic elitist who, though extremely demanding, is a difficult yet complex man with many sides to his obstreperous countenance.
Elderly Elisha Blake, a neighbor of the Blouins in the East Village and an old Yankee himself, befriends young Jean and shares not only his horses, but also shocking and prophetic secrets that link the two villages. Throughout, Jean and his younger sister Marie share a special bond that, ultimately, dramatically influences each of their lives.
Pricilla "Prissy" Johnson, the Smith's striking Negro domestic, is the sister that Maddy never had and their closeness transcends any obvious differences, but leads to dangerous conspiracies. Jean and Maddy wade through religious intolerance, women's suffrage, social ostracism and racism that ride the underbelly of the "Gay Nineties" like a remora. Then, suddenly, their world changes as quickly as the volatility of the times.
But how does this bode for the future - and the young lovers? Does the maelstrom that is the s sweep them away or do they ride the crest of the wave to wherever life leads them? Tyson leading the way, the conversation moved easily from the origin of life to what it means to have a life well lived. We have to deliver. She is Ann Kirschner, not Kirchner.
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