"The Restoration Of Emily" and Toronto Culture
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The paper provides a review of "The Restoration of Emily" (2006) referring to its basic plot and what the author/narrator conveys of Toronto professional culture.
From the Paper:"Kim Moritsugu's "The Restoration of Emily" is rich in everyday details that draw the reader into a quite believable middle-aged woman's life that is extraordinary for its ordinary concerns. (2006) The heroine, Emily Harada, is an architect who restores historic houses in Toronto, a city that is described indirectly as the backdrop of all that occurs involving the narrator's teenaged son, Jesse, an affair with a former student much younger than herself, interaction with colleagues and others known when she was a young university student. Toronto seems a neutral backdrop for all that takes place, the normal environment of Harada, as is predictable,..."
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