(From the publisher):
Originally published as The Tenth Moon, Come Back to Sorrento is one of four of Dawn Powell's so-called "Ohio novels" to be re-issued (the others are Dance Night, My Home is Far Away and The Bride's House). Connie Benjamin, the village shoemaker's wife, was raised in a wealthy household and had pretensions toward an operatic career. Blaine Decker, the new high school music teacher, is a homosexual in a closeted era who once spent time abroad studying piano. The two are drawn together into a powerful friendship of dependence, each sustaining the other in a conviction of superiority and translating the surface monotony of their lives into a drama richer than reality.
Original title: The Tenth Moon
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Rural & Small Town Life
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Dawn Powell: Novels 1930-1942 (2001) [Omnibus Volume]
Author: Dawn Powell