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Planted in the Sky:
a Woman's Journey

Written by
Anne Kathleen McLaughlin

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293 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888873170
$19.95 CA

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About the Book Planted in the Sky    Planted in the Sky is the story of a present-day Eve, uprooted from her own Eden, seeking new life and wholeness as she journeys from a San greal Community in Thunder Bay to a Benedictine monastery in Idaho, and then to a time of sabbatical in England. While studying writing and postmodernist fiction at the University of Sussex, Genevieve O'Connell travels through England's cathedral towns, rediscovering the stories swhich lit up her childhood with the promise of nobility. The journey moves her from Arthur's idealism to the passion of Guinevere, even as she tries to escape from the passionate encouter with God that astounded her at the monastery, and will not let her go.

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About the Author Anne Kathleen McLaughlin
Anne Kathleen McLaughlin (1942- ), author of "A Place Called Morning" (2001, Borealis), has been telling stories since she was a child. A member of the community of the Grey Sisters of Pembroke, Ontario, since her late teens, she taught school for several years in the province, then worked in communications in the print and electronic media in and around Thunder Bay, Ontario. Recently, McLaughlin served as writer and producer for three series of Interfaith programs on Vision TV.

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