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When Jack Angleman originally proposed the idea for Girl in a Cage to us, we were not particularly enthusiastic. It sounded at first like just another novel with a publishing background. However, Mr. Angleman is definitely one of our more talented writers, and he usually does know what he is doing. So we listened as he went into more detail, and when he described his proposed leading characters to us, we were convinced that he was going to produce another winner. The protagonist is Karen MacLean, a girl who has just turned nineteen as the story opens and, since she is a product of a real backwash of society, is extremely inexperienced even for that tender age. She has obtained a degree from a small private college some two years earlier than most students graduate, but of practical matters she has virtually no knowledge at all. A major in English literature, the one thing she knows is that she has a deep desire to get into the publishing world, and eventually to become a writer herself. She is naive, but she is intelligent enough to know that she needs experience in many areas. She is far from prepared, however, for the kind of experience she actually gets as the story unfolds.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2010
    • Ano:  2010
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000172252137
    • ISBN:  9781596549135
    • Faixa Etária:  a partir de 18 anos

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