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Love and Dreams: We must open ourselves to the possibility of everyday miracles Barberi Paull Feit

Love and Dreams: We must open ourselves to the possibility of everyday miracles

Barberi Paull Feit

Published April 1st 2004
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Kindle Edition
380 pages
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Love and Dreams is a romance set in the context of New York society in a period that spans the last century. The story is woven into New York’s richly textured social history and the rituals established by New York’s first settlers: the WASP gentryMoreLove and Dreams is a romance set in the context of New York society in a period that spans the last century. The story is woven into New York’s richly textured social history and the rituals established by New York’s first settlers: the WASP gentry and the German-Jewish aristocracy.Love and Dreams tells of friendship and of love. Love is powerful and the characters of this story¾Ogden Graves, Bandit and Charlotte Hutchins, Henley and Hayes Buchanan, Andy Morgan, Alice Munro Gonzalez, Vera Whitmore, and others¾are touchingly human. A story of friendship and love is always a story of loss. People die. Those left behind must try to transcend the limitations of life on this earth.The friends are helped by each other. They are helped by imagined or real invisibles. . . angels devoted to preserving remembrance.The characters of Love and Dreams live in a world of unqualified privilege and experience. As we join them in their struggles and triumphs, we understand them only too well. Their names may be Ogden or Charlotte or Andy. But they are really ourselves.“It’s about time she shared with us her remarkable insight into human life. . .what she has seen to be true of women. . .and, of particular note in Love and Dreams,to be true of men.”--Mary-Leighton Land Smith