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Author: Anne Rivers Siddons
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Title: Nora, Nora
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Publisher: Presses de la Cité (February 7, 2002)

Nora, Nora by Anne Rivers Siddons



A treat to be savored  . A classic from New York Times bestselling author Anne Rivers Siddons, Nora, Nora tells the story of free-thinking Cousin Nora Findlay who turns tiny Lytton, Georgia, on its ear in the summer of 1961. Pat Conroy (The Prince of Tides) says the author of Low Country, Up Island, Peachtree Street, and King’s Oak ranks among the best o A treat to be savored.

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2 5 Author: Anne Rivers Siddons Narrator: Kate Reading. And when Nora takes a job teaching the first integrated honors class at the local high school, it appears she might be staying forever. But there’s something troubling Peyton’s unorthodox cousin, something more than the outspoken town gossips’ complaints about Nora’s unsouthern ways. When the truth comes to light, it will rock the segregated small community-and teach Peyton an unforgettable lesson about the enormous cost of love. Always have a good book lined up - Listen and read whenever you want. Read and listen to as many books as you like!

What is your first impression of Nora? Do you trust her? Does your opinion of her change through the course of the novel? How so? What sort of a role model is she for Peyton? When we first meet Nora, her voice is described as, "slow and rich as cooling fudge, with a little hill of laughter in i. Does that description make sense to you? What aspect of Nora does it capture? Peyton, her father, and Nora each have a terrible secret in their past. What are the steps that lead her to the completion of her graduation speech? What insights do we learn about Siddons through watching her character discover the joys of writing? The delivery of her speech is a disaster. Do you think her failure will deter her from writing in the future?

by Anne Rivers Siddons. Publisher: Harper Perennial.

Nora, Nora is a wonderful novel, written with insight and a keen sense of time and place. It was in 1988, with the publication of her fifth book, the best-selling Peachtree Road, that Siddons graduated to real commercial success. Described by her friend and peer, Pat Conroy, as ""the Southern novel for our generation. With almost a million copies in print, Peachtree Road ushered Siddons onto the literary fast track. Since then the novels have been coming steadily, about one each year, with her readership and writer's fees increasing commensurately.

Book was Nora, Nora, by Anne Rivers Siddons. I have a strange relationship with Anne Rivers Siddons books. They always start off really slow for me, and I have to struggle through the first several chapters. However, they really pay off in the end. I guess maybe there’s just too much background and set-up for me. So, I like them, but I wish she’d get to the story sooner. Book count: 64 Pages in book: 384 Page count: 22,739. 15,000 page goal reached 6/14/05! 50 book goal reached 7/19/05! ← 2005: – Godplayer (Robin Cook). 2005: – Silent Partner (Jonathan Kellerman) →.

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