|Stone Angel, the (1964) [Novel]|
by Margaret Laurence
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(From the publisher):
With her life nearly behind her, the witty, irascible, and proud Hagar Shipley escapes from her nursing home and sets out in search of a way to reconcile herself to her tumultuous past. Through her reflections, we come to know the rebellious young bride in a remote prairie town, her love for her two sons, the freedom she claimed, and the joys she denied herself. In this bold, final step toward freedom and independence, Hagar gains a deeper understanding of the meaning of acceptance. Her thoughts evoke not only the rich pattern of her past experience but also the meaning of what it is to grow old and to come to terms with mortality.
Original title: The Stone Angel
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Eccentric People