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5 edition of Spelling Mississippi found in the catalog.

Spelling Mississippi

a novel

by Marnie Woodrow

  • 114 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Vintage Canada in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSpelling Miss iss ippi
StatementMarnie Woodrow.
The Physical Object
Pagination387 p. ;
Number of Pages387
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22489327M
ISBN 100676974325

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Madeline and Cleo, the two main characters, have both come /5(8). Spelling Mississippi is the book to read this season and Woodrow, with two story collections behind her as well as this fine novel, is the writer to watch.” — Vancouver Sun “Spelling Mississippi begins with a visually stunning drama that lingers ‘like the ghost scent of fine perfume’ over all the pages to come.

The narrative shifts Pages: Spelling Mississippi by Marnie Woodrow. From an acclaimed short-story writer, a blazingly intelligent and humorous debut novel that is set in New Orleans and tells the story of two strangers whose paths first cross on the remarkable banks of the Mississippi.

Cleo, a Canadian on holiday in New Orleans, is sitting alone in the French. Spelling Mississippi is the book to read this season and Woodrow, with two story collections behind her as well as this fine novel, is the writer to watch.” -- Vancouver Sun “Spelling Mississippi begins with a visually stunning drama that lingers ‘like the ghost scent of fine perfume’ over all the pages to come.

The narrative shifts /5(4). Spelling Mississippi is the book to read this season and Woodrow, with two story collections behind her as well as this fine novel, is the writer to watch.” — Vancouver Sun “Spelling Mississippi begins with a visually stunning drama that lingers ‘like the ghost scent of fine perfume’ over all the pages to come.

The narrative shifts. Spelling Mississippi is short-story writer Marnie Woodrow’s first novel, and she’s chosen a metaphorically rich symbol to animate it, allowing the famous river to elicit stories and then link their tellers. The setting is a New Orleans stocked with star-crossed lovers, barflies, thwarted dreams, and mother-daughter showdowns.

In between her earlier collections and Spelling Mississippi, Woodrow worked at various times as a dishwasher, a theme-park moose, and a bookseller -- the last of which was perhaps the most difficult to manage during the writing process. “I was working full-time in a bookstore, watching tons of books go by.3/5(1).

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