The Ecstasy and the Remorse
to loss, consequences of passion, and the confinement of coping. As she struggles to endure her daily
challenges, she falls victim to dependence, and only one person can help her.
“Caraway’s writing now spans a wide range of storytelling from American short stories
to romance to tragedy. In The Ecstasy and the Remorse, main character June discovers her
first love, only to lose him twice…June is left devastated and facing a challenging and
uncertain future. June’s struggles create a life of turmoil eventually touching all those she
loves. Set in the two decades from World War II through the early sixties, the story’s themes
reflect the challenges confronting many families when they attempt to hide their moral
failings from society’s view.” ~Marty Martin Miller
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