Cover by Claiborne O'Connor
Trade paper -- 187 pp.
Harry Willson tells his unusual stories with uncommon clarity and simplicity, reaching always for deeper understanding of important questions.
SOULS AND CELLS REMEMBER
A tender love story, full of anger and ancient longings, cultural/racial confrontation and reincarnation, moving in place from New Mexico to the Susquehanna, and in time from the present to the 1750's and back...
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Willson's characters are global and cosmic travelers, so true to their belief in peace and the power of love, that they easily become the reader's own friends, teachers and lovers, with voices that echo long after the story has been read. They shine with a refreshing honesty, while they fight to understand the workings of their deepest psychic selves.
|Journeying across the continent from West to East and across two centuries in time, protagonists Thomas Grady and Flora Esperante confront ancestral images, hostility, sex, outward anger and inner reality. According to my friends who know, the white teacher and the Native American potter accurately introduce readers to the fascinating realm of metaphysics.|
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