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David Guterson has written a well-received collection of short stories, The Country Ahead of Us, The Country Behind , and is a regular contributor to Harpers Magazine . In this novel he has acknowledged his debt to ten years of high school English teaching, and especially to his annual task of introducing students to Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird. Echoes of bot David Guterson has written a well-received collection of short stories, The Country Ahead of Us, The Country Behind , and is a regular contributor to Harpers Magazine . In this novel he has acknowledged his debt to ten years of high school English teaching, and especially to his annual task of introducing students to Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird. Echoes of both are found in this book, the ta!e of a community undergoing a trial which questions the whole basis of their justice, and love story across a divided society. Yet Gutersons work is unmistakably his own, original, memorable, capturing time and place in a poetic and reflective style that is always deeply moving. On San Piedro, an island of rugged, spectacular beauty in the Puget Sound, a Japanese-American fisherman stands trial, charged with cold-blooded murder. It is 1954 and the shadow of World War II, with its brutality abroad and the internment of Japanese-Americans at home, hangs over the courtroom. Ishmael Chambers, who lost an arm in the war and now runs the island newspaper, is among the journalists covering the trial that brings him close, once again, to Hatsue Miyamoto, the wife of the accused and Ishmaels never-forgotten first love. As a heavy snowfall impedes the course of the trial, the whole community Is faced with the ambiguities of justice, the racism that persists even between neighbours, and the necessity of individual moral action, despite the indifference of nature and circumstance. Peter Marinker is a highly experienced stage actor whose credits include The Iceman Cometh and Edward H among many others. On television he has starred in Oppenheimer , Strangers and Brothers , Casualty , and The Mackinnons , whilst his films include , Fear is the Key , and The Emerald Forest. Playing time 15 hours 8mins approx.

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David Guterson has written a well-received collection of short stories, The Country Ahead of Us, The Country Behind , and is a regular contributor to Harpers Magazine . In this novel he has acknowledged his debt to ten years of high school English teaching, and especially to his annual task of introducing students to Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird. Echoes of bot David Guterson has written a well-received collection of short stories, The Country Ahead of Us, The Country Behind , and is a regular contributor to Harpers Magazine . In this novel he has acknowledged his debt to ten years of high school English teaching, and especially to his annual task of introducing students to Romeo and Juliet and To Kill a Mockingbird. Echoes of both are found in this book, the ta!e of a community undergoing a trial which questions the whole basis of their justice, and love story across a divided society. Yet Gutersons work is unmistakably his own, original, memorable, capturing time and place in a poetic and reflective style that is always deeply moving. On San Piedro, an island of rugged, spectacular beauty in the Puget Sound, a Japanese-American fisherman stands trial, charged with cold-blooded murder. It is 1954 and the shadow of World War II, with its brutality abroad and the internment of Japanese-Americans at home, hangs over the courtroom. Ishmael Chambers, who lost an arm in the war and now runs the island newspaper, is among the journalists covering the trial that brings him close, once again, to Hatsue Miyamoto, the wife of the accused and Ishmaels never-forgotten first love. As a heavy snowfall impedes the course of the trial, the whole community Is faced with the ambiguities of justice, the racism that persists even between neighbours, and the necessity of individual moral action, despite the indifference of nature and circumstance. Peter Marinker is a highly experienced stage actor whose credits include The Iceman Cometh and Edward H among many others. On television he has starred in Oppenheimer , Strangers and Brothers , Casualty , and The Mackinnons , whilst his films include , Fear is the Key , and The Emerald Forest. Playing time 15 hours 8mins approx.
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Title Snow Falling On Cedars Height 12.9
David Guterson Width 2.5
ISBN-13 9780747522669 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0747522669 Spine Width
Publisher Bloomsbury Pages 404
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