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Remembering Jody

Remembering Jody Marsha Rose is spending the summer in Seattle with her lover Paul Paul is supportive understanding an artist and he has a voice she can curl up inside of With him the rootless peripatetic commi

  • Title: Remembering Jody
  • Author: Randy Sue Coburn
  • ISBN: 9780786705665
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Marsha Rose is spending the summer in Seattle with her lover, Paul Paul is supportive, understanding, an artist, and he has a voice she can curl up inside of With him, the rootless, peripatetic, commitment shy Marsha can at least imagine something like home She can even consider making the arrangement permanent Then Jody shows up, literally outside her window InsMarsha Rose is spending the summer in Seattle with her lover, Paul Paul is supportive, understanding, an artist, and he has a voice she can curl up inside of With him, the rootless, peripatetic, commitment shy Marsha can at least imagine something like home She can even consider making the arrangement permanent Then Jody shows up, literally outside her window Inseparable as children, virtually twinned by their parents close friendship and their own emotional intimacy, Marsha and Jody grew up Jewish together in the hard shell Baptist country of South Carolina, but ten years have passed since Marsha has last seen Jody While that decade has brought Marsha success writing flip, sophisticated articles bearing little resemblance to her actual loose ended life in Washington, D.C it has led Jody to a severe mental breakdown a condition for which Marsha has assumed a crushing burden of guilt Jody s unexpected appearance in Seattle forces Marsha to confront her own history, and the past she has never been able to dismiss collides with a present she cannot easily embrace On the other side of the impact lies Marsha Rose s future.

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    1 thought on “Remembering Jody

    1. The story, even though lacked any real plot, was quite capitvating. Now that I look back on it, there really wasn't much of a plot. No central event or crisis. Just a story about two people, one fighting mental illness, and the toll it takes on family and friends. I liked the author's very accurate portrayl of how long term mental illness affects the immediate family. Specifically how the family distances themselves and the barriers they have put up to protect themselves. I also liked the dialgo [...]

    2. I kept waiting for something to happen but it never did. This story had no story at all and I'm just not sure where it was going since it didn't have an ending either. Disappointed!

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