Elizabeth and After

Elizabeth and After is a novel by Matt Cohen, first published in 1999 by Knopf Canada. His final novel, it won the Governor General's Award for English language fiction just a few weeks before Cohen's death.

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Elizabeth And After - Plot Summary
... in his heart his guilt of having driven his car into a tree, killing his mother, Elizabeth, many years ago ... Elizabeth's sudden death ended not only an unhappy marriage she had with William McKelvey, a failed farmer, but also a secret relationship she had with Adam ... Elizabeth might have felt that the uncultured McKelvey ruined her life, or she might be too frightened to ruin her life herself by leaving him ...
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Famous quotes containing the words and after:

    Me, what’s that after all? An arbitrary limitation of being bounded by the people before and after and on either side. Where they leave off, I begin, and vice versa.
    Russell Hoban (b. 1925)