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10 edition of The Inn at Lake Devine found in the catalog.

The Inn at Lake Devine

a novel

by Elinor Lipman

  • 164 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Vermont
    • Subjects:
    • Jewish teenagers -- Fiction,
    • Gentiles -- Fiction,
    • Jews -- Vermont -- Fiction,
    • Prejudices -- Fiction,
    • Vermont -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLake Devine
      StatementElinor Lipman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3562.I577 I48 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination253 p. ;
      Number of Pages253
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL656234M
      ISBN 100679456937
      LC Control Number97001307
      OCLC/WorldCa36485757

      Buy The Inn at Lake Devine by Elinor Lipman online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 5 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Elinor Lipman is the author of numerous novels, including On Turpentine Lane, The View from Penthouse B, The Inn at Lake Devine, The Pursuit of Alice Thrift, and Then She Found Me (a major motion picture written, directed and starring Helen Hunt); a collection of stories, Into Love and Out Again; an essay collection, I Can’t Complain: (All Too) Personal Essays; and Tweet Land of Liberty.

      The Inn at Lake Devine. [Elinor Lipman] -- "It's the early s and Natalie Marx is stunned when her mother inquires about vacation accommodations in Vermont and receives a response that says, 'The Inn at Lake Devine is a family-owned resort.   The Inn at Lake Devine A Novel (Book): Lipman, Elinor: It's and all across America barriers are collapsing. But when Natalie Marx's mother inquires about summer accommodations in Vermont, she gets the following reply: The Inn at Lake Devine is a family-owned resort, which has been in continuous operation since Our guests who feel most comfortable here, and return year .

      Even at a young age, Natalie Marx feels the sting of anti-Semitism. It’s the s and social and political change occurs all around. Natalie decides to dive into these torrent waters. Elinor Lipman’s The Inn at Lake Devine is a satirical love story and a biting social jab at the ridiculous nature of prejudice. Find books like The Inn at Lake Devine from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Inn at Lake Devine also liked: Abou.


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It's and all across America barriers are collapsing. But when Natalie Marx's mother inquires about summer accommodations in Vermont, she gets the following reply: The Inn at Lake Devine is a family-owned resort, which has been in continuous operation since Our guests who feel most comfortable here, and return year after year, are Gentiles.4/5().

“The Inn at Lake Devine” started off as a kind of scheming kid book, which I often find entertaining. This story was no exception, at least at the beginning, as young teen Natalie deals with a hotel’s “Gentiles only” policy as she best sees fit/5. I learned about this book through the Readers' edition of Shelf Awareness, an e-newsletter about books.

I'm so glad I read The Inn at Lake Devine. A young Jewish girl becomes angry at a hotel keeper's prejudice against Jews, indicated indirectly but purposefully in a written response to the girl's mother's inquiry about reserving rooms/5().

Elinor Lipman in her novel, "The Inn at Lake Devine" writes with great wit and humor about the great divide between Jews and Gentiles. Lipman's story centers around a hotel in Vermont in the 60's that flatly states they do not accept Jews as guests.5/5(5). The Inn at Lake Devine might be called a "revenge comedy." At the end the Berrys lose the Inn, and both of their sons take up with Jewish women.

At the end the Berrys lose the Inn, and both of their sons take up with Jewish women/5(26). The Inn at Lake Devine is a looming anachronism, a New England WASP character all its own.

It reveals itself in pristine white clapboards, rolling mint green lawns reflected in a mountain lake, and porches filled with Adirondack chairs, sat in by the right sort.

The Inn at Lake Devine will enchant readers with the beguiling voice, elegant charm, and deft storytelling that have been hallmarks of Elinor Lipman’s previous novels and. The Inn at Lake Devine might be called a "revenge comedy." At the end the Berrys lose the Inn, and both of their sons take up with Jewish women.

At the end the Berrys lose the Inn, and both of their sons take up with Jewish women. The Inn's letter said, "Dear Mrs. Marx: Thank you for your inquiry. Our two-bedroom cabins rent at the weekly rate of sixty-five (U.S.) dollars. We do have a few openings during the period you.

She manages to wangle an invitation to join a friend on holiday there - and, as her obsession begins with the family that has excluded her, she sets in train events which will change her life, and which will tie her forever to the eccentric family who run the Inn at Lake Devine.

Natalie's family, who live in Massachusetts, summered each year in the s either at the beach or on the lakes; one summer, in response to an inquiry her mother addressed to the Inn at Lake Devine in Vermont, a letter came from the proprietor, Ingrid Berry, saying that their guests were all Gentiles.

Young Natalie was both angry and : Elinor Lipman. The Inn at Lake Devine is a tale of both pride and prejudice in America as it sits on the cusp of the civil rights movement.

Despite the fact that the novel explores religious rather than racial. I learned about this book through the Readers' edition of Shelf Awareness, an e-newsletter about books.

I'm so glad I read The Inn at Lake Devine. A young Jewish girl becomes angry at a hotel keeper's prejudice against Jews, indicated indirectly but purposefully in a written response to the girl's mother's inquiry about reserving rooms.4/5(62).

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National Emergency The Inn at Lake Devine by Elinor Lipman. Publication date Topics Jewish teenagers -- Fiction, Gentiles -- Fiction, Jews -- Vermont -- Fiction, Prejudices -- Fiction, Vermont -- FictionPages: The Inn at Lake Devine will enchant readers with the beguiling voice, elegant charm, and deft storytelling that have been hallmarks of Elinor Lipman's previous novels and have made her beloved by 4/5(19).

Elinor Lipman in her novel, "The Inn at Lake Devine" writes with great wit and humor about the great divide between Jews and Gentiles.

Lipman's story centers around a hotel in Vermont in the 60's that flatly states they do not accept Jews as guests/5(39). The Inn at Lake Devine will enchant readers with the beguiling voice, elegant charm, and deft storytelling that have been hallmarks of Elinor Lipman's previous novels and have made her beloved by her fans.

Her characters sparkle on the page and delight us with their wit and grace--even when anti-Semitism rears its head in Vermont and the tables are turned in the Catskills.4/5(41). The Inn at Lake Devine by Elinor Lipman The questions, discussion topics, and suggested reading list that follow are designed to enhance your reading of Elinor Lipman's The Inn at Lake Devine.

We hope that they will suggest a variety of ways to talk about this. The Inn at Lake Devine By Elinor Lipman Knopf Doubleday April pp The Short of It: The Inn at Lake Devine is the perfect summer read.

The setting and the characters do not disappoint and it's surprisingly meaty given its summery feel. The Rest of. The Inn at Lake Devine | Lipman Elinor | download | B–OK.

Download books for free. Find books. This romantic comedy ( pages) was published in April of by Vintage. The book takes you to a lake resort in Vermont.

Melissa read The Inn at Lake Devine and loved it; it wouldn't be on our site if she didn't recommend it.The official website for Elinor Lipman, author of On Turpentine Lane, The Inn at Lake Devine, Then She Found Me, The Ladies Man, The Pursuit of Alice Thrift, Tweet Land of .Natalie Marx is stunned to discover that the "Inn at Lake Devine" in Vermont operates an anti-Semitic policy.

She becomes obsessed with the Inn and the family that .