Cassandra At The Wedding

by Dorothy Baker

Cassandra At The Wedding

Paperback, 241 pages, NYRB Classics, List Price: $15.95 | purchase

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This book follows Cassandra, as she heads home, intent on sabotaging her twin sisters' wedding.

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Dorothy Baker's novel is the tragicomic tale of Cassandra Edwards, a Berkeley grad student who returns to her family's California ranch to attend her twin sister's wedding. Cassandra's the type of heroine who may decide to stop at a roadside bar for vodka, or make drunken calls from a pay phone hoping that her sister Judith will talk her down from doing anything impulsive. This classic weekend-wedding set-up is a tipsy comedy of manners and rumination on love's ultimate unfairness. Cassandra

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