Set To Music



By: CULTURE STAFF  
Published: March 18th 2010
in Culture » Books

Book cover of Set to Music
Pic: McNally
Author Fran Edelstein
Pic: Gad Foltys

Set to Music is a collection of seven short stories.

 

The title story, Set to Music, tells of Anne, a pianist faced with an overwhelming obstacle that only love and perhaps even a miracle can transcend. Deedu is a tender and engaging story about a special friendship between a Russian immigrant and a child. In the Road Ahead, doubts and fears turn to triumphs for a group of actors encountering a major detour as they head for the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Lilacs is about sweeping away the lapse of time, two survivors of the Second World War re-live their past as they meet again. In The Paper Boat, life and death in a hospital morgue leaves the reader wrestling with some issues about how we navigate this world. In Head Over Heart an island resort provides a quiet retreat for a parent's soul-searching.

Born in Montreal, raised in Toronto, Fran Edelstein attended creative writing classes at Ryerson University. With features published in major newspapers, and monthly columns in art and antiques periodicals, Fran continued to write and file away her stories. Set to Music, a collection of seven short stories, is her first published fiction. She is currently working on a novel. Fran is married, the mother of three and a grandmother of eight.

 

 

 

 

 



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