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Margaret Laurence

The Stone Angel


Above the town, on the hill brow, the stone angel used to stand. I wonder if she stands there yet…

Hagar Shipley – an irascible, independent nonagenarian – has lived a quiet life full of rage. As she approaches her death, she retreats from the squabbling of her son and his wife to reflect on her past – her ill-advised marriage, her two sons, the harshness of farm life on the prairie, her own failures and the betrayals and failures of others.

317 printed pages

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