In A Small Town In Canada, Clara Callan Reluctantly Takes Leave Of Her Sister, Nora, Who Is Bound For New York It S A Time When The Growing Threat Of Fascism In Europe Is A Constant Worry, And People Escape From Reality Through Radio And The Movies Meanwhile, The Two Sisters Vastly Different In Personality, Yet Inextricably Linked By A Shared Past Try To Find Their Places Within The Complex Web Of Social Expectations For Young Women In The 1930s.While Nora Embarks On A Glamorous Career As A Radio Soap Opera Star, Clara, A Strong And Independent Minded Woman, Struggles To Observe The Traditional Boundaries Of A Small And Tight Knit Community Without Relinquishing Her Dreams Of Love, Freedom, And Adventure However, Things Aren T As Simple As They Appear Nora S Letters Eventually Reveal Life In The Big City Is Less Exotic Than It Seems, And The Tranquil Solitude Of Clara S Life Is Shattered By A Series Of Unforeseeable Events These Twists Of Fate Require All Of Clara S Courage And Strength, And Finally Put The Seemingly Unbreakable Bond Between The Sisters To The Test.
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- Clara Callan
- Richard B. Wright
- 10 November 2018 Richard B. Wright