They May Not Mean To But They Do

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  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Sarah Crichton Books
  • Pages : 304 pages
  • ISBN : 0374712204
  • Rating : 3.5/5 from 74 reviews
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They May Not Mean To But They Do

They May Not Mean To  But They Do
  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Sarah Crichton Books
  • Release : 07 June 2016
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From one of America’s greatest comic novelists, a hilarious new novel about aging, family, loneliness, and love The Bergman clan has always stuck together, growing as it incorporated in-laws, ex-in-laws, and same-sex spouses. But families don’t just grow, they grow old, and the clan’s matriarch, Joy, is not slipping into old age with the quiet grace her children, Molly and Daniel, would have wished. When Joy’s beloved husband dies, Molly and Daniel have no shortage of

They May Not Mean To But They Do

They May Not Mean To  But They Do
  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Thorndike Press Large Print
  • Release : 08 June 2016
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A New York Times Bestselling AuthorWith sympathy, humor, and truth, Cathleen Schine explores the intrusion of old age into a large and loving family. They May Not Mean To, but They Do is a tender, sometimes hilarious, and radiantly compassionate look at three generations, all coming of age together.

The New Yorkers

The New Yorkers
  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Picador USA
  • Release : 29 April 2008
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Canine companions compel their masters to go outside themselves, take part in the community they live in, make friends, and sometimes fall in love, in a novel that revolves around one city block in Manhattan. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.

Fin Lady

Fin   Lady
  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Macmillan
  • Release : 09 July 2013
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In the Greenwich Village of 1964, eleven-year-old Fin moves in with his glamorous, careless older sister, and it's hard to tell who's raising whom.

The Grammarians

The Grammarians
  • Author : Cathleen Schine
  • Publisher : Sarah Crichton Books
  • Release : 03 September 2019
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BO/OKISH. a. [from book.] Given to books. —A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson Cathleen Schine's The Grammarians tells the story of Daphne and Laurel, word-obsessed twins bound together by their shared obsession, and also torn apart by it. One grows up to become a well-known language columnist, while the other becomes a poet—each poem an unlikely sampling of lines from a 1940s linguistics manual. Their once-united enthusiasm for words ruptures, and the twins find themselves