Daughters of the revolution : a novel
Daughters of the revolution : a novel

Cooke, Carolyn, 1959-


1st ed.

Publication Information
New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2011.

Physical Description
173 p. ; 25 cm.

Subject Term
School principals -- Fiction.
Preparatory school students -- Fiction.
Preparatory schools -- New England -- Fiction.
School integration -- Fiction.
Social conflict -- Fiction.
Teenage boys -- Fiction.
Teenage girls -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
New England -- Fiction.

It's 1968. The prestigious but cash-strapped Goode School in the town of Cape Wilde is run by its aging, philandering headmaster, Goddard Byrd, known to both his friends and his enemies as God. With Cape Wilde engulfed by the social and political storms of integration, coeducation and the sexual revolution, Byrd has confidently promised coeducation "over my dead body." And then, through a clerical error, the Goode School admits its first female student: Carole Faust, a brilliant, intractable fifteen-year-old black girl.

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R.H. Stafford Library (Woodbury)BookFICTION COO11Fiction Collection