By the Rivers of Brooklyn
A NovelBook - 2009
In the 1920s, Jim, Bert and Rose Evans all move from Newfoundland to Brooklyn, New York, in search of work and a better life, leaving their sister Annie back home in St. John's. By the Rivers of Brooklyn traces the story of the Evans family across two countries and three generations, exploring the hopes, passions and heartbreaks of those who went away and those who stayed behind. By the Rivers of Brooklyn transforms into fiction the experience of the 75,000 first- and second-generation Newfoundlanders who once lived in Brooklyn, New York -- and the experience of Newfoundlanders throughout history who have gone away to find work and prosperity but never stopped dreaming of home.
Publisher: [St. John's, N.L.] : Breakwater Books, 
Copyright Date: ©2009
Branch Call Number: MOR
Characteristics: 283 pages :,portrait, genealogical table ;,23 cm
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