The Rebellion of Jane Clarke

The Rebellion of Jane Clarke

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"Sally Gunning is a gifted storyteller adept at layering time, place, and character and revealing conflicts of the heart."
--Anne LeClaire, author of Entering Normal

From Sally Gunning, the critically acclaimed author of The Widow's War and Bound, comes The Rebellion of Jane Clarke, the compelling story of a young woman caught between tradition and independence, family and conscience, loyalty and love, on the eve of the Revolutionary War. Combining actual historical figures and events, like John Adams and the Boston Massacre , with enthralling fictional creations, author Gunning brings to vivid and unforgettable life the world of Colonial America on the brink of momentous upheaval and change.

Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061782145
Branch Call Number: FICTION GUNNING
Characteristics: x, 273 p. ; 24 cm


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May 13, 2019

Charlevoix Library

Jun 07, 2012

Good atmosphere of unease in the city and its denizens and great portrayal of a woman with a brain living in this time period -- of what life was like for women who tried to control their own circumstances. The famous Boston figures (esp. John Adams) were fun to rub elbows with and I admired the author’s ability to portray flawed characters who were neither all good nor all bad.

Dec 10, 2010

Expected by her domineering father to marry a man not of her choosing, Jane decides her banishment to Boston is not the worst thing to happen to her. Soon she is enmeshed in pre-revolutionary dissent and finds out what real life is about.


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