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Glimpses of the Way We Were

eBook - 1998
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Dorling Kindersley Pub

Short-listed for the 2002 Governor General's Award for Translation (French to English)

Confident, hardworking, and practical, architect Anne Martin is living the good life in Montreal. Yet one day, high up in her apartment overlooking the city and the river, at the heart of her perfectly controlled universe, Anne witnesses a scene that causes a crack to appear in her life, a crack that slowly widens and eventually threatens her very existence.

At this time of lost certainty, Anne's work takes her to Tunis. Here, among the ruins of Carthage, she meets Alessandro Moretti, an Italian archaeologist who is her senior by nearly twenty years and affects her as no one ever has. A struggle ensues, between love and jealousy, love and the fear of abandonment, love and other, even deeper fears. Anne gradually faces her demons the buried sorrow of a child of a broken family, the bewilderment caused by a mysterious family tragedy.



Lightning Source, Inc. Ebooks

Short-listed for the 2002 Governor General’s Award for Translation (French to English)

Confident, hardworking, and practical, architect Anne Martin is living the good life in Montreal. Yet one day, high up in her apartment overlooking the city and the river, at the heart of her perfectly controlled universe, Anne witnesses a scene that causes a crack to appear in her life, a crack that slowly widens and eventually threatens her very existence.

At this time of lost certainty, Anne’s work takes her to Tunis. Here, among the ruins of Carthage, she meets Alessandro Moretti, an Italian archaeologist who is her senior by nearly twenty years and affects her as no one ever has. A struggle ensues, between love and jealousy, love and the fear of abandonment, love and other, even deeper fears. Anne gradually faces her demons the buried sorrow of a child of a broken family, the bewilderment caused by a mysterious family tragedy.


Architect Anne Martin is living the good life, until she witnesses a scene that causes a crack to appear in her life.

Dundurn Pr Ltd

Short-listed for the 2002 Governor General’s Award for Translation (French to English)

Confident, hardworking, and practical, architect Anne Martin is living the good life in Montreal. Yet one day, high up in her apartment overlooking the city and the river, at the heart of her perfectly controlled universe, Anne witnesses a scene that causes a crack to appear in her life, a crack that slowly widens and eventually threatens her very existence.

At this time of lost certainty, Anne’s work takes her to Tunis. Here, among the ruins of Carthage, she meets Alessandro Moretti, an Italian archaeologist who is her senior by nearly twenty years and affects her as no one ever has. A struggle ensues, between love and jealousy, love and the fear of abandonment, love and other, even deeper fears. Anne gradually faces her demons the buried sorrow of a child of a broken family, the bewilderment caused by a mysterious family tragedy.



Publisher: Toronto : Hounslow Press, 1998
ISBN: 9781554886531
1554886538
9781554880621
1554880629
9780888822048
0888822049
Characteristics: 1 online resource (131 pages) : chiefly illustrations
Additional Contributors: Dickie, Bonnie
Alternative Title: Glimpses of the way we were

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