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If we had known

Elise Juska

If we had known

by Elise Juska

  • 342 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mothers and daughters,
  • College teachers,
  • Mass murder,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    English professor Maggie Daley and her college-student daughter struggle with guilt, fear, and the dangerous bonds of family in the aftermath of a mass shooting in their small New England town. When it is revealed that the gunman had been one of Maggie"s students, she questions whether the dark, violence-tinged essay he wrote in her freshman comp seminar have been a warning. Should-- or could-- she have done something?

    Edition Notes

    StatementElise Juska
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3610.U87 I3 2018
    The Physical Object
    Pagination314 pages
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26953743M
    ISBN 101455561770
    ISBN 109781455561773
    OCLC/WorldCa1030306136

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If we had known by Elise Juska Download PDF EPUB FB2

"In elegant, gripping prose, If We Had Known offers a startling and empathetic look at the humanity behind the all-too-frequent headlines. Juska has produced that rarest and best kind of literature-a page-turner with a message and a heart."―Darin Strauss, National Book Critics Circle Award-winning author of Half a Life4/5(38).

The book was selected for Barnes & Noble's Discover Great New Writers series, featured on Entertainment Weekly's "Must List," and named one of the Philadelphia Inquirer's Best Books of the Year. Her new novel, If We Had Known, will be released by Grand Central on Ap /5. New York Times Book Review "In elegant, gripping prose, If We Had Known offers a startling and empathetic look at the humanity behind the all-too-frequent headlines.

Juska has produced that rarest and best kind of literature-a page-turner with a message and a heart."Darin Strauss, National Book Critics Circle Award-winning author of Half a Life4/5(38). "In elegant, gripping prose, If We Had Known offers a startling and empathetic look at the humanity behind the all-too-frequent headlines.

Juska has produced that rarest and best kind of literature-a page-turner with a message and a heart."—Darin Strauss, If we had known book Book Critics Circle Award-winning author of Half a LifeBrand: Grand Central Publishing. If We Had Known book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Beyond the Cradle of mankind, the universe is vast, unknown, dangerous to 4/5. Engrossing and provocative, combining sharp plot twists with Juska's award-winning, trademark literary sophistication, If We Had Known is at once an unforgettable mother-daughter journey, an exquisite portrait of a community in turmoil, and a harrowing examination of ethical and moral responsibility in a dangerously interconnected digital : Elise Juska.

IF WE HAD KNOWN by at the local mall. The next day, one of Nathan’s classmates posts on Facebook a recollection that the shooter had written "a paper that was really weird." Maggie is asked to go back and find Dugan’s work in her files, and when she does, she makes the first of a series of very dubious decisions, ultimately involving Author: Elise Juska.

We appreciate this exchange as one that delves further into English grammar’s more-complex components. In a sentence such as “If I had known that you were going to the movies, [then] I would have gone too,” we are looking at the past unreal conditional mood, which is used to describe imaginary situations in the past.

IF WE HAD KNOWN By Elise Juska pp. Grand Central Publishing. $ HOW TO BE SAFE By Tom McAllister pp. Liveright Publishing. $ The shots have already been fired at the outset of. We learned that we had to fully concede to our in-nermost selves that we were alcoholics. This is the first step in recovery.

The delusion that we are like other people, or presently may be, has to be smashed. We alcoholics aremen and women who have lost the ability to control our drinking. We know that no real alcoholic ever recovers control. "In elegant, gripping prose, If We Had Known offers a startling and empathetic look at the humanity behind the all-too-frequent headlines.

Juska has produced that rarest and best kind of literature-a page-turner with a message and a heart."—Darin Strauss, National Book Critics Circle Award-winning author of Half a Life. Engrossing and provocative, combining sharp plot twists with Juska's award-winning, trademark literary sophistication, IF WE HAD KNOWN is at once an unforgettable mother-daughter journey, an exquisite portrait of a community in turmoil, and a harrowing examination of ethical and moral responsibility in a dangerously interconnected digital world.

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If there were no books then: People will have there own ideas about everything. Every people would be an author of his own thoughts and knowledge. Then author like Chetan bhagat,Charles Dickens,William Shakespeare were not so popular like a. But we do know Covid is a highly contagious respiratory illness that can spread via saliva, or has had known exposure to coronavirus; And in the book, the virus had a % mortality.

"Had I known" is just another, slightly shorter, way of saying "if I had known", so the difference between your two phrases is just a difference of tense. The word 'if', understood even though not actually said in 'had I known', means the sentence.

-If we had known your names we would have given you a buzz. -Had we known your names we would have given you a buzz. Oct 02 maj + 0. I plan to get a good book about it soon.

Anyway, this "inversion" issue is not a matter of the language age, it's just style. In every-day speech you rarely use inversion, unless you do want to.

Book Review: If We Had Known. May 7, Filed Under: Book Reviews. Book Summary: Maggie Daley, a college English professor and single mother, is preparing to send her only child to college when a mass shooting occurs at the local mall.

Maggie is stunned to learn that Nathan Dugan, the gunman, was once her student. She had thought him a bit. The “had known” construction, as we said above, is identical to the past perfect tense. But in clauses like “had I but known,” “had I known,” and “if I had known,” the formulation is being used in a hypothetical way, so the mood is.

NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e-galley or digital galley form. If we had known, would we have followed this course? Edited by Mike McPhail, with stories by Ian Randal Strock, Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Jody Lynn Nye, Peter Prellwitz, Jeff Young, Patrick.

If We Had Known is different from other books about shootings mainly because it doesn’t focus on the actual shooter but whether or not that is a good thing is up for debate.

The shooter’s mother had a couple of chapters which just reminded me of Lionel Shriver’s novel We Need to Talk About Kevin which is so much more insightful than this one.Her book urges women to take charge and exercise due diligence with regard to potential life mates, though in her own case, she had "absolutely just known, the first time she had lain eyes on Jonathan Sachs, that she would marry and love him for the rest of her life." Mistake.