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It's and all across America barriers at Lake ePUB #10003 are collapsing But when Natalie Marx's mother inuires about summer accommodations in Vermont she gets the following reply The Inn at Lake Devine is a family owned resort which has been in continuous operation since Our guests who feel most comfortable her. This was a breezy and delightful novel perfect for summer reading In 1962 Natalie Marx’s family is looking for a vacation destination and sends uery letters to various different Vermont establishments The reply they get from the Inn at Lake Devine proprietress Ingrid Berry tactfully but firmly states that the inn’s regular guests are Gentiles In other words no Jews allowed The adolescent Natalie is outraged and when the chance comes for her to infiltrate the Inn at Lake Devine as the guest of one of her summer camp roommates she sees it as her secret act of revenge In fact in the years to come after she trains as a chef Natalie will become further entwined in the inn’s life helping the family recover from a tragedy falling in love with one of the Berry sons and unwittingly contributing to a livelihood threatening accident Natalie’s voice drew me in right from the start Lipman’s comedies of manners have been compared to Jane Austen’s and you can see that likeness in the witty dialogue I’ll certainly read by Lipman

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The Inn at Lake DevineE and return The Inn ePUB #8608 year after year are Gentiles For twelve year old Natalie who has a stubborn sense of justice the words are not a rebuff but an infuriating irresistible challenge In this beguiling novel Elinor Lipman charts her heroine's fixation with a small bastion of genteel anti Semitism a fi. Few novels manage to combine humor and sadness the way this one does It touches on anti Semitism without being heavy handed and brings a varied cast of characters to a new understanding of themselves and others Lipman has a uirky sense of humor and sets up a wonderful premise here in an interesting location You have to love a protagonist who learning that a resort on a New England lake doesn't accept Jewish guests sets out to expose the innkeepers in such an inventive way There's a romance at the center of this novel just enough off kilter that it kept my attention and my pages turning so uickly that I read this in a day It is set in Vermont and Massachusetts in the 60s and 70s yet it felt like my childhood growing up in the Catskills This was a wonderful coming of age book that was well written and funny with great dialog and characters who feel incredibly real This is probably my favorite Elinor Lipman bookuestion the dedication implies that this is based on a true story does anyone know if it is

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The Inn at Lake Devine Characters ´ 7 Ê [Ebook] ➧ The Inn at Lake Devine By Elinor Lipman – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk It's 1962 and all across America barriers are collapsing But when Natalie Marx's mother inuires about summer accommodations in Vermont she gets the following reply The Inn at Lake Devine is a family o It's and all acrXation that will have wildly unexpected Inn at Lake PDF #200 conseuences on her romantic life As Natalie tries to enter the world that has excluded her and succeeds through the sheerest of accidents The Inn at Lake Devine becomes a delightful and provocative romantic comedy full of sparkling social mischief  . This was a uick read and an enjoyable one When Natalie’s mother inuires about rentals at an inn on a New England lake she receives an icily polite response making it clear that as Jews they will not be comfortable at this resort Teenage Natalie fresh from her first reading of Anne Frank's diary becomes obsessed with the inn and its owner This part of the book is very funny and was better I thought than the second half The story jumps forward to Natalie's adult years as her relationship to the Inn plays out with a visit to a Kosher resort in the Catskills along the wayI spent my childhood summers at a place that was similar to the Inn at Lake Devine although far rustic and casual and have no trouble imagining the premise for this book And in fact it is than just plausible since the author’s own mother actually did receive such a letter