Published May 1991
by Permanent Press (NY) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||442|
Entering Ephesus is a glorious and unforgettable story of life during the Great Depression through the eyes of three young, vivacious women. Read more Read less Length: pages/5(15). Forced by the Depression to move to a squalid, all-black Southern town called Ephesus, the father, mother and three daughters of the upper-class Bishop family gradually abandon their aristocratic ways. ``This is a big book in every sense of the word, glorious, fascinating and holding up perfectly in the 20 years since its first publication Reviews: Entering Ephesus Daphne Athas, Author Permanent Press (NY) $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. First published in to good notices, (it made Time 's 10 Best List and won the. Entering Ephesus Daphne Athas, Author Permanent Press (NY) $26 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Entering Ephesus; Buy this book Forced by .
ENTERING EPHESUS. By. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. A novel about an impoverished New England family transplanted to a Southern university town shortly before the start of World War II. ""Bishopry"" (or the worship of themselves) enables them to survive living in Niggertown and the stares of Phone: () Get this from a library! Entering Ephesus.. [Daphne Athas] -- Struggling under the effects of the depression each member of the Bishop family attempts to make his own life livable. Buy a cheap copy of Entering Ephesus book by Daphne Athas. This novel, about three school-aged sisters, originally published by Viking Press 20 years ago, was hailed by the critics, made Time magazine’s “Ten Best Fiction Free shipping over $/5(1). Entering Ephesus. [Daphne Athas] -- Struggling under the effects of the depression each member of the Bishop family attempts to make his own life livable. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library.
Ephesus was founded as an Attic-Ionian colony in the 10th century BC on a hill (now known as the Ayasuluk Hill), three kilometers ( miles) from the centre of ancient Ephesus (as attested by excavations at the Seljuk castle during the s). The mythical founder of the city was a prince of Athens named Androklos, who had to leave his country after the death of his father, King on: Selçuk, İzmir Province, Turkey. No marks of any kind on this book and it is signed by the author on the front page as shown in photo. See details - Signed. Entering Ephesus by Athas, Daphne, Republication, Like New, DJ. Daphne Athas (born Novem ) is an American author, best known for the novel Entering Ephesus, which was included on Time Magazine's Ten Best Fiction List in Her other books include The Weather of the Heart, The Fourth World, and Greece by Prejudice. Athas is the recipient of the Sir Raleigh Award and the University of North Carolina's Lifetime Mentor mater: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Entering Ephesus is a glorious and unforgettable story of life during the Great Depression through the eyes of three young, vivacious women. Buy the eBook List PriceBrand: Open Road Media.