The War Between The Tates – Lurie, Alison

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ISBN: 0394462017

Title: The War Between The Tates

Author: Lurie, Alison

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Random House, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1974

Edition: First American Edition

Book Condition: NF-
D-j Condition: VG

Comments: Ink and glue residue on FFEP.  D-j is chipped and has a small tear on bottom.

Synopsis: Originally published in 1974, a humorous novel set against an American academic background, telling of how a professor’s stable relationship and family life comes apart when he embarks upon an ill-advised affair with a female student. By the author of Real People, Only Children and Foreign Affairs.

Internationally revered, bestselling, Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s remarkable novel of domestic strife. “We sometimes speak of the Civil War as “The War Between the States” -emphasizing the complex and painful, but in many ways comic, nature of any struggle involving any combatants who are already joined together by deep bonds. The four-way conflict between Brian and Erica Tate and their two adolescent children is this sort of civil war-the sort that nobody wins.”

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ISBN: 0394462017

Title: The War Between The Tates

Author: Lurie, Alison

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Random House, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1974

Edition: First American Edition

Book Condition: NF-
D-j Condition: VG

Comments: Ink and glue residue on FFEP.  D-j is chipped and has a small tear on bottom.

Synopsis: Originally published in 1974, a humorous novel set against an American academic background, telling of how a professor’s stable relationship and family life comes apart when he embarks upon an ill-advised affair with a female student. By the author of Real People, Only Children and Foreign Affairs.

Internationally revered, bestselling, Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s remarkable novel of domestic strife. “We sometimes speak of the Civil War as “The War Between the States” -emphasizing the complex and painful, but in many ways comic, nature of any struggle involving any combatants who are already joined together by deep bonds. The four-way conflict between Brian and Erica Tate and their two adolescent children is this sort of civil war-the sort that nobody wins.”

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