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From the heat of the day

Roy A. K. Heath

From the heat of the day

a novel

by Roy A. K. Heath

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Published by Allison & Busby in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgetown (Guyana)
    • Subjects:
    • Married people -- Fiction.,
    • Georgetown (Guyana) -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Roy A. K. Heath.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ4.H4372 Fr 1979, PR9320.9.H4 Fr 1979
      The Physical Object
      Pagination159 p. ;
      Number of Pages159
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4182185M
      ISBN 100850313252, 0850313260
      LC Control Number80460134

      The Heat of the Day is a quest which spans most of Chapter IV, in which Geralt initially meets a young bride to be, Alina, but then later must help her spirit find peace when she is tragically killed. This quest finds Geralt in the midst of a village wedding. Is it not romantic? Alina is to marry Julian but her sister Celina is not very happy about r(s): 4. item 2 The Heat Of The Day (Vintage Classics) by Bowen, Elizabeth Paperback Book The - The Heat Of The Day (Vintage Classics) by Bowen, Elizabeth Paperback Book The. $ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all.

      Part of her wanted to speed things up, to build on that slow excitement, to hurry things through to their natural climax. Another part was content to just gently rock in place, relishing the loving she was receiving. The heat of the day was sufficient to keep this second part in firm control. Time passed slowly and her excitement built the same.   On a deeper level The Heat of the day is a novel about dispossession. About the precarious nature of any habitat, whether it’s a physical habitat like home or an emotional habitat like love. The novel begins in September when London is being bombed every night. Bowen evokes a landscape in which homes can vanish overnight/5(49).

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Many people have fled the city, and those who stayed behind find themselves thrown together in an odd intimacy born of crisis. Stella Rodney is one of those who chose to stay. In the face of its selection by the Literary Guild, of the regretted rarity and unusual literary quality of Elizabeth Bowen's novels, this is nonetheless a disappointment.

For if prevailing still are the subtleties of response and reaction, the awareness of the shaded- the shadowed in human interchange, which distinguishes all she has written, this- as a novel- lacks a precision of purpose.

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