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Everything Will Be All Right: A Novel
by Tessa Hadley

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Edition: Hardcover
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (2003-10-06)
ISBN-10/ISBN-13: 0805070656 / 9780805070651 Sales Rank: 2497057

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A 2004 Vacation Reading (selected by The New York Times)
“Hadley is a British novelist mesmerized by the perpetual turbulence of domestic arrangements; here, the correspondences and frictions of about 50 years emerge over three generations of daughters as they feel their way toward adulthood, each one mimicking and refracting the experiences of those who went before.”

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The profoundly different choices of a mother and her daughter infuse this rich, expansive novel with both intimate detail and wide resonance

When Joyce Stevenson is thirteen, her family moves to the south of England to live with their aunt Vera. Joyce's mother, Lil, is a widow; Vera has a husband who keeps his suits in the wardrobe but spends evenings at another house nearby. While the two sisters couldn't be more different-Vera, a teacher, has unquestioning belief in the powers of education and reason; Lil puts her faith in séances-they work together to form a tight-knit family.

Joyce sees that there is something missing in their lives: men. She doesn't want to end up like her aunt Vera, rejected by her husband. Joyce discovers art at school: she falls in love with the Impressionists and, eventually, with one of her teachers. In spite of the temptations of the sixties, she is determined to make her marriage and motherhood a success. When Joyce's daughter, Zoe, grows up and has a baby of her own, however, she proves to be impatient with domestic life and chooses a dramatically different path.

Spanning five decades of extraordinary changes in women's lives, Everything Will Be All Right explores the complicated relationships of a family. The young ones of each generation are sure that they can correct the mistakes of their parents; the truth, of course, is more opaque. Intricate and insightful, Everything Will Be All Right firmly establishes Tessa Hadley among the great contemporary observers of the human mind and heart.

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