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Poppy's Return
Poppy's Return

Poppy's Return

FICTION

206 Pages, 5 x 8

Formats: PDF, Trade Paper, EPUB, Microsoft Reader, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $17.95 (US $17.95) (CA $24.95)

Publication Date: April 2005

ISBN 9781876756444

Rights: US, CA & MX

Spinifex Press (Apr 2005)

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Overview

This thoughtful follow up to Poppy's Progress explores issues of family relationships, especially grief and loss. Middle-aged Poppy Sinclair is content enough with her life and her comfortable relationships with her friends, family, and cat. She is thrown into turmoil, however, when she must move back to her hometown to care for her dying father. There, she must face not only the difficult, slow loss of a parent to cancer but also her lingering feelings for a former flame, Jane. In a time of strong emotions for her entire family, Poppy reaches a turning point in her life, torn by grief for her father and excitement over what Jane might offer. Exquisite characterization and engaging dialogue distinguish this subtly challenging novel.

Author Biography

Pat Rosier is a former editor of the feminist magazine Broadsheet. She is the author of No Body's Perfect, Poppy's Progress, Women's Studies: A New Zealand Handbook, and Workwise, and the coauthor of Get Used To It! Children of Lesbian and Gay Parents.