Dinner at the Homesick RestaurantLarge Print - 1982
Eighty-five-year-old Pearl Tull recalls the desertion of her husband and her attempts to raise three children, who must come to terms with themselves and their father after their mother's death
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One of Anne Tyler's finest novels told from several points of view; one family's history, set in Baltimore. A Pulitzer Prize winner and a commercial success.
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Favorite quote: “Cody, in particular referred continually to Pearl’s short temper, displaying it against a background of stunned, childish faces so sad & bewildered that Pearl herself hardly recognized them. Honestly, she thought, wasn’t there some statute of limitations here? When was he going to absolve her? He was middle-aged. He had no business holding her responsible anymore.”
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