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Evergreen
by: Belva Plain

Dell, March 1978

Book 1 - Werner Family Saga
The Wonderfully Rich Epic of a Woman's Loves, a Family's Fortunes, and a Century's Hopes and Tragedies
The intensely moving story of Anna Friedman, who came to the golden shores of America in search of a better life ... a woman of captivating beauty, haunted by an illicit act of passion, torn by irreconcilable loves.

The triumphant epic that spans three generations of an unforgettable family . . . from New York's sweatshops to the ballrooms of Vienna, from the Nazi death camps to lavish suburban estates, from the riot-torn campuses of the '60s to embattled kibbutzim, from searing poverty to spectacular wealth and success.

A richly human canvas of lives intimately interwoven. A story so vivid, so warm, so filled with real people, that you will experience their struggles, their tragedies, and their joys as your own.

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Series: Werner Family Saga
Evergreen - Book 1
Evergreen (reissue) - Book 1
Golden Cup, The - Book 2
Golden Cup, The (reissue) - Book 2
Tapestry - Book 3
Tapestry (reissue) - Book 3
Harvest - Book 4
Harvest (reissue) - Book 4

Evergreen

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Publisher:
Dell
Publish Date:
March 1978
Time Period:
Historical: American - (1900-1930) Early American
Year Book Takes Place:
1900-1970's
Heroine:
Anna Friedman
 
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