Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver Summary & Study Guide

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Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver Summary & Study Guide This Study Guide Consists Of Approx Pages Of Chapter Summaries, Quotes, Character Analysis, Themes, And Everything You Need To Sharpen Your Knowledge Of Prodigal Summer This Detailed Literature Summary Also Contains Topics For Discussion And A Free Quiz On Prodigal Summer By Barbara Kingsolver

10 thoughts on “Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver Summary & Study Guide

  1. Toast says:

    Got the feeling I d read it before the monarch butterfly book All the same themes, circumstances, location are present Its obviously something that has really got under her skin that she keeps returning to it, to re explore it That shows how much it matters And, that she and we are still trying to work it out An author with human and real principles Viva KingsolverToast

  2. Ann Winschel says:

    We all need a little Eddie Bondo in our lives

  3. Diane Rhoades says:

    I love Barbara Kingsolver s style of writing, but in this book she uses her characters as soapboxes to espouse her environmental and evolutionary opinions I am not really a fan of using literature in such a blatant way However, her descriptive writing, character development, and plot were really well done.

  4. Suzanne says:

    Wonderful characters, lovely writing, and a plot that was so well done that it was hard to believe it wasn t a true story Struggling farmers in Appalachia aren t hugely interesting to me, but I enjoyed the book enough to finally get around to cracking The Poisonwood Bible.

  5. Barbara Teague says:

    Read this when it was published, and just re read via audiobook, narrated by the author Great reading

  6. Peter Thomson says:

    Wonderful storytelling, emotive relationships and gorgeous pen pictures of mountain people and their environment.

  7. Jeannie says:

    I really enjoyed this book My favorite Kingsolver book.

  8. Ellen says:

    Probably my 2nd favorite Kingsolver

  9. Judee says:

    This was a second read for me so I skimmed through it Kingsolver is always a delight Her descriptions are inspirational.

  10. Beverly says:

    loved this book highly recommend it.