Still Life With Bread Crumbs
A NovelAudiobook CD - 2013
"Once a world-famous photographer, known for her iconic image, "Still Life with Bread Crumbs," Rebecca Winter has drifted out of the spotlight, and is now more inclined to think of herself as the Artist Formerly Known as Rebecca Winter. As her income dries up, she decides to leave behind the expensive world she knows in New York City, sublet her apartment, and move to a small, inexpensive cabin in the country, where her life falls into a quieter rhythm. With the help of a local man named Jim Bates, she begins to see the world around her in new, deeper dimensions. At a point in her life when she thought so much was behind her, Rebecca finds herself with a second chance-at life, love, her career, and most important, her understanding of herself" -- from publisher's web site.
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What happens when a born and bred New Yorker leases her apartment in the city to save money and lives alone in a cabin in the woods? She gains a whole new perspective on her art, life, and love. This novel might appeal to a photographer, but it didn't appeal to me. Somehow I couldn't relate to Anna, but I could relate to Jim, her lover who is dealing with the death of a sister who suffered from mental illness.
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