The price of salt

by Highsmith, Patricia.

Format: Print Book 2004.
Availability: Available at 5 Libraries 5 of 9 copies
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Summary
Patricia Highsmith's story of romantic obsession may be one of the most important, but still largely unrecognized, novels of the twentieth century. First published in 1952 and touted as "the novel of a love that society forbids," the book soon became a cult classic.

Based on a true story plucked from Highsmith's own life, Carol tells the riveting drama of Therese Belivet, a stage designer trapped in a department-store day job, whose routine is forever shattered by a gorgeous epiphany--the appearance of Carol Aird, a customer who comes in to buy her daughter a Christmas toy. Therese begins to gravitate toward the alluring suburban housewife, who is trapped in a marriage as stultifying as Therese's job. They fall in love and set out across the United States, ensnared by society's confines and the imminent disapproval of others, yet propelled by their infatuation. Carol is a brilliantly written story that may surprise Highsmith fans and will delight those discovering her work.

Additional Information
Subjects Lesbians -- Fiction.
Love stories.
Publisher New York :W.W. Norton,2004.
Contributors Morgan, Claire, 1921-1995.
Language English
Notes Originally published in 1952 under the pseudonym Claire Morgan.
"Published in Great Britain under the title Carol"--T.p. verso.
Description 292 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN 9780393325997 (pbk.)
0393325997 (pbk.)
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