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Two Windows

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Two Windows by Kate Seymour MacLean is a beautifully written novel that explores the complex relationships between family members and the impact of secrets on their lives. The story is told through the alternating perspectives of two sisters, Emily and Stephanie, as they navigate the ups and downs of their relationships with their parents and each other.

MacLean has a real talent for capturing the intricacies of family dynamics and the complexities of human emotions. The characters feel incredibly real and relatable, making it easy to become fully invested in their lives and dilemmas. The author’s prose is elegant and evocative, painting vivid pictures of the sisters’ childhood memories and their present struggles.

One of the strengths of this novel is its exploration of how past traumas can shape and influence the present. As Emily and Stephanie delve deeper into their family history and uncover long-buried secrets, they must come to terms with the impact these revelations have had on their relationships and sense of self. This introspective journey is both poignant and thought-provoking, leaving readers contemplating their own family histories and the power of forgiveness and understanding.

Overall, Two Windows is a moving and beautifully crafted novel that will resonate with anyone who has experienced the complexities of family relationships. MacLean’s skillful storytelling and authentic portrayal of human emotions make this a book that will stay with readers long after they have turned the final page. It is a must-read for fans of contemporary fiction and those who appreciate a well-crafted tale of love, forgiveness, and the enduring bonds of family.

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volunteers bring you 8 recordings of Two Windows by Kate Seymour MacLean.
This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for August 9, 2021.
Kate Seymour was born in America and moved to Canada upon her marriage. She was a well-known poet in her day, published in Canadian and American periodicals. She became a strong advocate of the "Canada First" movement. She died in Toronto at the age of 86. - Summary by David Lawrence

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