Flora by Gail Godwin: More Atonement than The Turn of the Screw

From the opening paragraph of Gail Godwin’s Flora we know that things will end badly. Helen, now a writer, looks back to the summer of 1945 when she turned eleven. Her father has gone to work at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for what is later revealed to be the Manhattan Project, leaving Helen in the care …

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