8 edition of Dancing backwards found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 328-338) and index.
|Statement||by Sharon Carstairs and Tim Higgins ; foreword by Susan Thompson ; with illustrations by Joshua Stanton.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1236.5.C2 C38 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||351 p. :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|ISBN 10||1896150306, 1896150071|
|LC Control Number||2004478402|
The long-awaited new novel from Salley Vickers, bestselling and much-loved author of Miss Garnet's Angel and The Other Side of You. Violet Hetherington has taken the rash step of joining a transatlantic cruise ship to New York to visit Edwin, an old friend. As she makes the six day crossing, she relives the traumatic events that led to her losing. Dancing Backwards was born. From , the Dancing Backwards educational program was piloted in schools in Victoria, BC for grades 5, 8 and 11 in French and English, and at a First Nations elementary school.
In her book’s title, O’Gorman played off the famous quotation from Texas Governor, Ann Richards, “Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards in high heels.” Yes, women are capable of amazing things and we have the power to be strong, resilient beings. Here is an invitation. Mr Golightly’s Holiday is the only one I haven’t read (it’s in the queue). Dancing Backwards did remind me of Miss Garnet’s Angel – the main character is a little (but only a little) like Miss Garnet in that she’s not quite sure of her place in .
Dancing Backwards by Salley Vickers: review Dancing Backwards, Salley Vickers's story of ballroom and boats, offers a memory-infused voyage with some choppy passages, says Heather Thompson. ‘“Dancing Backwards” is a delightful read – comic, sad, tender and utterly engrossing.’ Lisa O’Kelly, Observer ‘Salley Vickers has a gift for making the most unlikely settings for fiction absolutely compelling peerless story telling.’.
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The book is an easy read, though the story does touch on dark themes at times, This is the basic setting for Dancing Backwards, and while the ship plows through the vast expanse of blue, the story flashes back to this Dancing backwards book period of Vi's life, as well as narrating the daily events that make up her cruise ship life/5.
Indeed, despite some moments of glaring seediness, Dancing Backwards is so well turned out, one can feel quite scruffy after reading it.
In some ways it Author: Gerard Woodward. A delightfull book, original story line, interesting characters and well-written.
I bought it because I had recently read. "Miss Garnet's Angel" which became my favourite book ofand "Dancing Backwards" comes in a good second/5(12). Dancing Backwards is the third novel by British author Salley Vickers.
It is a work of literary fiction based on romantic and psychological themes, examining the mysterious relationships between the main characters and attitudes to love.
Published in the Summer of Although the characters do sometimes veer toward the generic (the sad ex-sea captain, the snotty theatre critic, the opportunistic-yet-vulnerable ballroom dance teacher, the dotty/visionary older lady), the protagonist of DANCING BACKWARDS is so smart and endearing that I didn’t mind.
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Get this from a library. Dancing backwards. [Salley Vickers] -- Impulsively taking a cruise to reconnect with an estranged friend, Violet suffers traumatic memories about her lost friendship and abandoned career before connecting with the voyage's dancing host.
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Dancing Backwards. likes. Dancing Backwards is a free school program and online video archive for gradescelebrating Canadian women Followers: Moving between the late sixties and the present day, Dancing Backwards is written with the lightness of touch and psychological insight that characterize Salley Vickers's acclaimed work.
This bittersweet novel is subtle, poignant, and wonderfully entertaining. Vickers (Where Three Roads Meet,etc.), usually adept at combining philosophy with romance, stumbles in this airless story about a British widow who travels by ocean liner to visit an old friend in New ’s husband, a kindly lawyer she never passionately loved, has recently died, so Violet decides to splurge on a luxury sea voyage to visit her old friend Edwin, Author: Salley Vickers.
Moving between the late sixties and the present day, Dancing Backwards is written with the lightness of touch and psychological insight that characterize Salley Vickers's acclaimed work. This bittersweet novel is subtle, poignant, and wonderfully : Farrar, Straus And Giroux.
Heartland Associates Inc. who published a social history of Canadian women in politics, Dancing Backwards, written by Sharon Carstairs and Tim Higgins, illustrated by Joshua Stanton. Heartland publisher Barbara Huck and writer Tim Higgins, whose Timeline from the Dancing Backwards book graces our website’s home page.
Moving between the late sixties and the present day, Dancing Backwards is written with the lightness of touch and psychological insight which characterise Salley Vickers' acclaimed work.
This bittersweet novel is subtle, poignant and wonderfully entertaining. ‘“Dancing Backwards” is a delightful read – comic, sad, tender and utterly engrossing.’ Lisa O’Kelly, Observer ‘Salley Vickers has a gift for making the most unlikely settings for fiction absolutely compelling peerless story telling.’/5(95).
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Dancing Backwards. likes. The creative collective of two minds colliding. Rock, Soul, R&B, Pop, Jazz, Funk. Joey K and Bentley ers: Dancing Backwards by Salley Vickers A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.
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