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The Corsican woman : a novel. by. Swindells, Madge. New York, NY : Warner Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.
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Sybilia turned as if sleepwalking and, trance-like, walked down the stone steps to the living room
Sybilia turned as if sleepwalking and, trance-like, walked down the stone steps to the living room " With those compelling words begins the story of a people bound to an ancient and secretive code of honor and an extraordinary heroine driven to defy it. She is Sybilia Rocca, brought to an isolated Corsican village at sixteen and forced to marry Xavier Rocca's son. Now, twenty years later, she walks into the village square and shoots her influential father-in-law to death.
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Swindells has written about revenge before (Song of the Wind, 1985), but her newest really zeroes in on the theme-in a story set on the island of Corsica, where vendettas are as common as olives. The one chronicled here, circa 1940, rolls into motion slowly as a beautiful girl named Sybilia is wedded against her will to the son of the village leader, Xavier Rocca.