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In sunlight and in shadow / Mark Helprin.

By: Helprin, Mark.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012Description: xiv, 705 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780547819235; 0547819234.Subject(s): Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction | New York (N.Y.) -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction | New York (N.Y.) -- 20th century -- Fiction | Triangles (Interpersonal relations) | New York (State) -- New York | Essay | Interpersonal relations -- Fiction | Romantic suspense novels | New York (N.Y.) -- 20th century -- Fiction | 1900-1999Genre/Form: Romantic suspense fiction. | Fiction. | History. | Romantic suspense fiction. | Romantic suspense fiction.DDC classification: 813/.54 Online resources: More online.
Contents:
Boat to St. George : May, 1946 -- Overlooking the sea -- Her hands and the way she held them -- The moon rising over the East River -- Catherine's song -- In production -- And there she was -- What you're trained to do -- Georgica -- Distant lights and summer wind -- Overcoats -- Changing light -- Billy and Evelyn -- Conversation by the sea -- Gray and green -- The abacus -- The glare of July -- The whole world -- Spectacles -- The gift of a clear day -- The beach road -- Young Townsend Coombs -- The settee -- The economics of hot water -- The wake of the Crispin -- Speechless and adrift -- The Evening Transcript -- Lost souls -- James George Vanderlyn -- Baucis and Philemon -- Crossing the river -- The highlands -- Pathfinder -- Glorious summer -- Vierville -- Snow -- Catherine -- Counsel and arms -- Office in Madison Square -- The train from Milwaukee -- Red steel -- A passion of kindness -- The letter -- In the arcade -- Catherine rising -- The horse and his rider he hath thrown into the sea -- In the arms of an angel.
Summary: Returning home after serving in World War II to run his family business in New York, paratrooper Harry Copeland falls in love with young singer and heiress Catherine Thomas Hale, who risks everything to break off her engagement to another man.
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Returning home after serving in World War II to run his family business in New York, paratrooper Harry Copeland falls in love with young singer and heiress Catherine Thomas Hale, who risks everything to break off her engagement to another man.

Boat to St. George : May, 1946 -- Overlooking the sea -- Her hands and the way she held them -- The moon rising over the East River -- Catherine's song -- In production -- And there she was -- What you're trained to do -- Georgica -- Distant lights and summer wind -- Overcoats -- Changing light -- Billy and Evelyn -- Conversation by the sea -- Gray and green -- The abacus -- The glare of July -- The whole world -- Spectacles -- The gift of a clear day -- The beach road -- Young Townsend Coombs -- The settee -- The economics of hot water -- The wake of the Crispin -- Speechless and adrift -- The Evening Transcript -- Lost souls -- James George Vanderlyn -- Baucis and Philemon -- Crossing the river -- The highlands -- Pathfinder -- Glorious summer -- Vierville -- Snow -- Catherine -- Counsel and arms -- Office in Madison Square -- The train from Milwaukee -- Red steel -- A passion of kindness -- The letter -- In the arcade -- Catherine rising -- The horse and his rider he hath thrown into the sea -- In the arms of an angel.

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In sunlight and in shadow by Helprin, Mark. ©2012
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