The House of the Seven Gables

An old mansion in Salem, moss-covered and gabled, broods over the destiny of a distinguished but troubled New England family -- the Pynchons. A haunting centuries-old curse, a forceful probing of national and personal guilt, a romance between the young heroine and an attractive stranger -- all intertwine in this work that Henry James declared "the closest approach we are likely to have to the Great American Novel." "The story moves in soft September light, melting like a happy dream of Shakespeare." --Van Wyck Brooks

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Elisabeth Karlberg



jag lskar boken och jag lskar Salem, Mass. En plats jag terkommit till flera gnger