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Loving Frank

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Horan, Nancy(2007)
Loving Frank

In her debut novel, Loving Frank, author Nancy Horan presents a fictionalized account of the life of Mamah Borthwick Cheney and her relationship with the celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Utilizing a variety of resources in her extensive research, Horan has successfully integrated fact with fiction. Written from Mamah’s perspective, the reader is immersed in the thoughts and emotions of a woman in the time period 1907 to 1914. Set in the United States and Europe, Horan effectively weaves themes of early twentieth century feminism, romantic passion, artistic expression, and devotion to family together in this captivating read.

Reviewed by Linda O., University City Regional

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