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Set against the glittering society of Paris in the early twentieth century, this novel recounts a country girl's rise to stardom at the Paris Opera and her passionate, forbidden love
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Donald Heiney (MacDonald Harris was a pseudonym) was born in 1921 and died in 1993. He is the author of sixteen novels, including The Balloonist and Tenth. In 1982, he received the Award in Literature of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Sciences for the sum of his work.Review:
“Set in the first decades of the twentieth century, Harris’ teeming novel explores the porous boundaries of gender identity. This inventive work will appeal to readers who are interested in the dual-gender theme. Opera lovers will also be intrigued.”
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