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Conditions of Faith

by Alex Miller

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In the 1920s, Emily Stanton leaves Melbourne to live in Paris with her new husband. Her marriage awakens in her an ardent desire to find a reason for living, a desire which leads her to flirt with risk, passion and unorthodox friendships, and carries her to Tunisia. From the winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize.… (more)
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DNF...I spent a month in neutral. Time to move on to something else.
  Mootastic1 | Jan 15, 2016 |
Found at a cake stall. 1 of 7 books for $5 total!.
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
Story set in 1920s. Immigrant australian woman Emily, in Paris with new husband.Husband obsessed with designing Sydney bridge.She trying to find something that is"her"--something that will define her outside of being mother or wife.Visits Tunisia while pregnant[after a liason with a priest] and meets role model woman and becomes interested in historical stories.Begins research, finds herself and eventuallu abandons husband and child to fulfill herself and intellectual needs.Thought provoking and easy read.Enjoyed! ( )
  mary.mchale | Jul 1, 2008 |
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In the 1920s, Emily Stanton leaves Melbourne to live in Paris with her new husband. Her marriage awakens in her an ardent desire to find a reason for living, a desire which leads her to flirt with risk, passion and unorthodox friendships, and carries her to Tunisia. From the winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize.

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