Maurine Whipple, author of what some critics consider Mormonism's greatest novel, The Giant Joshua, is an enigma. Her prize-winning novel has never been out of print, and its portrayal of the founding of St. George draws on her own family history to produce its unforgettable and candid portrait of plural marriage's challenges. Yet Maurine's life is full of contradictions and unanswered questions. ...
Paperback: 482 pages
Publisher: Greg Kofford Books, Inc.; Reprint edition (May 20, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 1057260
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Veda Tebbs Hale, the author of Swell Suffering wants the reader to know that Maurine Whipple suffered a lifetime of bad judgement and broken hearts. Sadly, Hale choses to recount each and every missed opportunity, hurt feeling, letdown, dashed hope. ...
Hale, a personal friend of the paradoxical novelist, answers these questions with sympathy and tact, nailing each insight down with thorough research in Whipple's vast but under-utilized collected papers.