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William Styron traces the betrayals and infidelities--the heritage of spite and endlessly disappointed love--that afflict the members of a Southern family and that culminate in the suicide of the beautiful Peyton Loftis.
A book who is very important to people, who want to know something about severe depression and who wants to know more about the life of William Styron. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sjoefn
"Sophie's Choice," by William Styron, is a masterpiece that dares to discuss an event of epic proportions (the Holocaust) through the lens of a love triangle in Brooklyn in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trevor Seigler
Tragic novel - stream of consciousness with a bit of a story running through it. I skimmed through it to pick up the pieces of the story buried under endless words.Published 4 months ago by Iris
Awkward first novel. Somewhat difficult to read but surprisingly memorable in the end. The only other novel I've read by Styron is "Sophie's Choice, a masterpiece. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gerry Robinson
Sad story, starts out slow and you sometimes have to think about who the story has flicked to, but it is totally worth it in the end!Published 6 months ago by ditzykiwi
I guess if your from Newport News this will mean more to you " the Hearst stalled at 23rd & Virginia Ave" and for me it is a step back in time to places I have memories of, like... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wayne VCU