To Scatter Stones

To Scatter Stones Described as Newfoundland s answer to Frank McCourt M T Dohaney s To Scatter Stones is available once again Long out of print the highly anticipated To Scatter Stones was first published in th

  • Title: To Scatter Stones
  • Author: Myrtis T. Dohaney
  • ISBN: 9780921556237
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Described as Newfoundland s answer to Frank McCourt, M.T Dohaney s To Scatter Stones is available once again Long out of print, the highly anticipated To Scatter Stones was first published in 1992, the second novel in Dohaney s celebrated Corrigan Women trilogy Now it s available to readers once again In this novel, Tess Corrigan, newly divorced, has moved from MontreaDescribed as Newfoundland s answer to Frank McCourt, M.T Dohaney s To Scatter Stones is available once again Long out of print, the highly anticipated To Scatter Stones was first published in 1992, the second novel in Dohaney s celebrated Corrigan Women trilogy Now it s available to readers once again In this novel, Tess Corrigan, newly divorced, has moved from Montreal to St John s as manager of a travel agency On a visit to her birthplace, a tiny outport called the Cove, she agrees to stand as the Liberal candidate in the forthcoming provincial election Little by little, she becomes wrapped up in the lives of her childhood friends and neighbours But the return to her roots is also difficult The last of the Corrigan women, Tess is the daughter of Carmel and an American soldier, who turns out to be a bigamist In addition to the uncomfortable echoes from her past, Tess s politics stir up conflict in the traditionally Tory village Not only does she face discouraging odds and hard ethical choices, but she is the first petticoat candidate ever to run for office in the Cove On top of these external crises, Tess must deal with her own conflicting emotions and the love of youth, Dennis Walsh, now a priest, who reappears in the Cove To Scatter Stones spans from the 1960s into the 1990s, marking not only the life changes of the last of the Corrigan women, but the radical changes as Newfoundland moved from paternalism and an economy based on the fishery to a equitable political ideal With wit and insight, M.T Dohaney carries the story of the Corrigan women into the final decades of the 20th century.

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