Sanctuary Line by Jane Urquhart
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Sanctuary Line Summary
Solitary, nostalgic Liz Crane returns to her family's now-deserted farmhouse - once the setting for countless happy summers spent on the northern shore of Lake Erie - to study the migratory habits of the Monarch butterfly.
Sanctuary Line Reviews
"Heavy with literary allusions and overt symbolism, Liz's ruminations make for a ponderously slow if finely tuned read." - Kirkus
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Jane Urquhart Author Biography
Jane Urquhart is the author of seven novels - most recently Sanctuary Line - and four poetry collections. The Stone Carvers was longlisted for the Booker Prize and shortlisted for the Giller Prize. The Whirlpool won France's prestigious Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger; Away won the Trillium Award and was shortlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award; and The Underpainter won the Governor General's Award.
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