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In a Cold Open Field
Sheila Solomon Klass
June 1986 by Applewood Books .
Written in English
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In A Cold Open Field explores the developing relationship between the two women, as Eva desperately needs to deny the death of her child and the fortune teller takes advantage of Eva's need for her own gain. In A Cold Open Field was a finalist for the Drue Heinz Literature Prize/5(2).
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OTHER BOOKS. Page Four Open Book. In a Cold Open Field is set during the Korean War when an orthodox Jewish woman in Brooklyn whose son is Missing In Action goes to a Gypsy fortune teller in Coney Island for comfort. The novel explores the developing relationship between the two women as the fortune teller tries to bilk the mother by promising the safe return of her son.
A finalist for the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, In a Cold Open Field explores the developing relationship between the two women.
It is a poignant portrait of a mother’s desperate need to. When Eva and Sol Greenfield receive word that their son, Ben, is missing in action in Korea inEva goes to a fortune teller in Coney Island for comfortCondition: NewPublisher: Black Heron PressPublication Date: Format: HardcoverWeight(KG): "In A Cold Open Field" is a triumph for Sheila Solomon Klass.
She combines all the strengths and virtues of her previous novels her understanding, sympathy and ability to describe beautifully the human condition whether it occurs in Brooklyn, India or back in the early days of the america s: 2.
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I'm moving, but I'm trying not to burn myself out by working too fast can I safely store boxed books in a cold, closed garage for about 5 days. The air temperature will range from about degrees Fahrenheight. (no sunlight exposure at all) I know book bindings can be affected by bugs and heat/humidity/moisture, but what about cold.
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What is a Cold Open. The strict definition is the first few pages of a pilot script. It’s a scene that teases what is to come or is emblematic of the tone of the show to follow.
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