8 edition of Swimming toward the ocean found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Carole L. Glickfeld.|
|LC Classifications||PS3557.L514 S85 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||387 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||387|
|LC Control Number||99059640|
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Book Review: 'Swimming Toward the Ocean' By Lisa Schwarzbaum Updated Ma at AM EDTAuthor: Lisa Schwarzbaum. The setting plays an important role in Swimming Toward the Ocean.
What physical details does Glickfeld use to evoke the period. Which cultural, social, and political references are most effective in illuminating the particular milieu of the Arnows, their friends, and extended family.
Swimming Toward the Ocean by Carole L. Glickfeld From the author of the Flannery O’Connor Award-winning collection Useful Gifts, a sharp and tender debut novel chronicling the boisterous life and loves of a Russian Jewish immigrant family in s New York City.
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About Swimming Toward the Ocean. Chenia Arnow is a Russian-Jewish immigrant in s New York, a sharp-witted, Betty Grable look-alike whose accent and Old-World superstitions mask untapped passions and intellectual curiosity. Her husband Ruben is a handsome. Swimming Toward the Ocean (Book): Glickfeld, Carole L.: Chenia Arnow is a Russian-Jewish immigrant in s New York, a sharp-witted, Betty Grable look-alike whose accent and Old-World superstitions mask untapped passions and intellectual curiosity.
Her husband Ruben is a handsome philanderer who has a knack for creating phony lawsuits. Swimming Toward the Ocean Carole L. Glickfeld, Author Alfred A. Knopf $24 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Useful Gifts: Stories; Buy this book Set in.
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SWIMMING TOWARD THE OCEAN. by Carole L. Glickfeld. BUY NOW FROM year-old Chenia Arnow is so despairing that she walks into the ocean off Coney Island. But the thought of leaving her two school-age children at the mercy of their selfish, irritable father drives her back onto the beach, where she’s briefly comforted by a handsome.
Swimming Toward The Ocean Book Summary and Study Guide. Carole L. Glickfeld Booklist Carole L. Glickfeld Message Board. SWIMMING TOWARDS THE OCEAN is a powerful look at a New York City Jewish family in the s. The story line provides incredible insight into the era that it documents.
The key players, Chenia and Ruben come to life through. But Chenia is Chenia, still sometimes longing for the pull of danger and the tumble of the Atlantic Ocean, for a glimpse of a green fedora.
Swimming Toward the Ocean is a novel that both touches and entertains us with its portrayal of the human heart. /5(1). In tart and seductive storytelling, Swimming Toward the Ocean follows husbands and wives and children through often shifting and misguided connections, illuminating the timeless patterns of immigrant life, and the search for love and a place in a new world.
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The contrast is like swimming in a sterile chlorinated pool verses plunging into the burgeoning life of the ocean. The slices of life in this book include studied observations, stories of victory and failure, scriptural insights, exhortations and bits of hard-earned wisdom from a seasoned ocean swimmer/5(17).
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