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by Margaret Erhart
MARGARET ERHART is the author of five novels. Her fourth, Crossing Bully Creek, won the Milkweed National Fiction Prize.
MARGARET ERHART is the author of five novels. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and in several anthologies, including The Best American Spiritual Writing 2005. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, and teaches creative writing to elementary school students. She is a hiking guide in Grand Canyon. Praise for Crossing Bully Creek.
Margaret Erhart's fiction has been compared to that of Jane Austen Well, the heroine of THE BUTTERFLIES OF GRAND CANYON is named Jane, if that means anything.
Margaret Erhart's fiction has been compared to that of Jane Austen. I've never joined that club, although I have tried a couple of times, unsuccessfully, to read EMMA, never getting more than fifty or so pages in before losing interesting. Well, the heroine of THE BUTTERFLIES OF GRAND CANYON is named Jane, if that means anything. And she is an Emma-like character, I think, based on my aborted attempts at that Austen book. Set in 1951, BUTTERFLIES has several major characters and encompasses as many points of view, making it all that much more interesting.
Start by marking The Butterflies of Grand Canyon as Want to Read . In her latest novel, set in the quintessential landscape of the Southwest, Margaret Erhart weaves history, science, and an intimate knowledge of the human heart to tell a fast-paced tale.
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The Butterflies of Grand Canyon. Set against the backdrop of the brooding and sensual canyon, a young woman's heart awakens and a decades-old mystery is solved When Jane Merkle arrives in the tiny town of Flagstaff, Arizona, with her much older husband on a summer day in 1951, she hasn't any idea that her life is about to change forever.
Margaret Erhart wanders into entomology, river running history and practice, the politics of. .com User, November 28, 2009.
Margaret Erhart wanders into entomology, river running history and practice, the politics of National Parks and the history of The Canyon, marital ethics and difficult. The Butterflies of Grand Canyon: A Novel names many of the beautiful invertebrates: Rheingolds, cloudless sulfurs, painted ladies, pygmy blues, green darners, and queens. Near the great natural gash in the earth's crust, some of the human collectors of these delicate creatures find themselves passing through stages of development similar to those of the specimens they've netted.
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Margaret Erhart's fiction has been compared to that of Jane Austen This book is more of a mystery novel, with the intrepid Miss Elzada Clover. This book is more of a mystery novel, with the intrepid Miss Elzada Clover called in to solve the identity of the corpse found in Emery Kolb's garage.
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