8 edition of Latitudes of Melt found in the catalog.
December 31, 2002
by Soho Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
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I read this book inI remember it because I was a bookseller back then and and were magical years in the book industry in Newfoundland and really around the world.
Latitudes of Melt takes place in Newfoundland/5(). Latitudes of Melt Paperback – Decem by Joan Clark (Author) › Visit Amazon's Joan Clark Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(8).
“[Latitudes of Melt has] wonderful moments of clarity and transcendence, but never loses sight of what an ordinary life is.” —Carol Shields “ Latitudes of Melt is rife with ethereal, transcendent imagery and writing This book has the making of myth: huge landscapes, big events, the quest for family connection.” —Moira Dann, Globe /5(10).
Latitudes of Melt on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Latitudes of Melt/5(14). Latitudes of Melt (Book): Clark, Joan: To the tiny community of the Drook into which the foundling is adopted, Aurora, as they name her, with her shock of white hair, one blue eye and one brown, seems clearly enchanted.
Throughout her early years, she displays behaviour the locals find odd: spending most of her time outside, alone on the beautiful barren landscape, the girl seems closer to. The term “latitudes of melt” refers to the area in the North Atlantic where southward-moving icebergs begin to melt.
While the ice imagery occasions the freshest writing in the novel, Clark moves so quickly through her story that little of this fascinating subject sticks. LATITUDES OF MELT Joan Clark, Author. Soho $24 (p) ISBN Buy this book. In this meandering tale of an extraordinary woman's.
Because Newfoundland was roughly between 46 and 51 degrees north, it was smack in the middle of the latitudes of melt. Every year icebergs drifted down the Labrador Current to ground the island's coves and bays." The book tells the life of a woman, Born Annie Rose and renamed Aurora after her /5(12).
Latitudes of Melt by Joan Clark This bountiful, magical novel opens with the discovery by two fishermen of a baby floating in a cradle on an ice pan in the North Atlantic off the coast of Newfoundland in /5(30).
Read "Latitudes of Melt" by Joan Clark available from Rakuten Kobo. This bountiful, magical novel opens with the discovery by two fishermen of a baby floating in a cradle on an ice pan in /5(8). Buy a cheap copy of Latitudes of Melt book by Joan Clark. In the yeara fisherman discovers an infant adrift on an ice floe in the North Atlantic.
Back in the Newfoundland village of Drook she's considered a Free shipping over $/5(2). Get this from a library. Latitudes of melt: a novel.
[Joan Clark] -- An exploration of love and loss, an unforgettable evocation of Newfoundland's southern shore. The novel opens with two fishermen discovering a baby floating on an ice pan in the North Atlantic. Joan Clark has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Joan Clark’s most popular book is Latitudes of Melt. Get this from a library. Latitudes of melt: a novel. [Joan Clark] -- Found by a fisherman on an ice floe as an infant, Aurora is believed to be a changeling by the superstitious residents of Newfoundland, and it is not until she is an old woman that the truth of her.
Joan Clark is the author of two previous novels, Eriksdotter and The Victory of Geraldine Gull, which won the Canadian Author’s Association Award and was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award, and of a collection of short stories, Swimming Toward the has also written several award-winning books for children.
Joan Clark was born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and has lived for. The best thing about this book is the descriptive language and the picture it paints of all the locations within where it is also weaves intertwining relationships,chance happenings, the journey of the characters throughout their is a beautiful images it gives you are a joy and the journey of the lives of each of the characters would touch anyone who has sought to /5(9).
Because Newfoundland was roughly between 46 and 51 degrees north, it was smack in the middle of the latitudes of melt. Every year icebergs drifted down the Labrador Current to ground the island's coves and bays." The book tells the life of a woman, Born Annie Rose and renamed Aurora after her rescue as a little child.4/5(2).
Multigenerational saga set in Newfoundland and Ireland with, at its center, an elusive yet captivating family matriarch who was found as a baby shortly after the sinking of the Titanic.
Latitudes of Melt. Written by Joan Clark Review by Teresa Basinski Eckford. In mid-April,two Newfoundland fishermen find a year-old baby in a basket on an ice pan, two days from shore. Francis St. Croix takes her home to his family and when no one claims her, she remains with them and settles into life.
Latitudes of Melt by Joan Clark ISBN ISBN Paperback; Toronto, On, Canada: Random House of Canada, Limited, ; ISBN. Lovely review - you put your thoughts so well into words. Maybe I will have to borrow your review when I finish reading Latitudes of Melt.
I think it is beautiful so far. Only just over pages in to it. I really like getting a feeling for life on the southern shore of Newfoundland. Reply DeleteAuthor: Jodie Robson.Title: Latitudes of Melt Author Name: Clark, Joan Categories: Canadian Fiction, Signed (all categories), Edition: First Edition Publisher: Toronto, Alfred A.
Knopf Canada: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: Fine Jacket Condition: Near Fine Inscription: Signed by Author Size: Octavo -- from " to " Tall.Book now at Latitudes Restaurant in Highland Beach, FL. Explore menu, see photos and read reviews: "Lunch with out of town friends"/5(K).