At a glance:
- Author: Emily Fox Gordon
- Type of Work: Novel
- Setting: Lola Dees Institute, Texas
- Genres: Long fiction
- Subjects: Teaching or teachers, Parents and children, Philosophy or philosophers, Authors or writers, Writing, Despair, Mental illness, College life, Disasters, Natural disasters, Colleges or universities, Hurricanes
- Locales: North America
In It Will Come to Me, an exquisitely styled, humanely satirical novel of academe, writer Emily Fox Gordon forges an unusual trackthat of a hurricaneto allow at least the possibility of redemption for her put-upon central couple. Ruth Blau is the author of an acclaimed trilogy of novels, now twenty-five years behind her. Ben Blau skimps on his bureaucratic duties as philosophy chair at the Lola Dees Institute (commonly known as Lola) to finish a book about altruism. Before Hurricane Heather can play its redemptive role in the ninth and final chapter of It Will Come...
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