|Plot Summary of The Bridges of Madison County|
|"Photographer Robert Kincaid meets Iowa farm wife Francesca Johnson while looking for the famous bridges. Her family is away, and the two discover an uncommon passion between them--one that cannot be denied or completely fulfilled. A haunting, lyrically written novel that became one of the most read and reread books in the 1990s."
Deanna, Resident Scholar
|"One of my favourite books. Heartbreaking forbidden love."
Traci Leanne Bell, Resident Scholar
|"Francesca is looking for romance and passion that she had when she was first married. She finds it with someone else, who she feels connected to in a way she's never felt before. They have a chemistry together right off and you can see it in their eyes whenever they look at each other. "
wandayarbrough, Resident Scholar
|"Francesca is looking for romance and passion that she had when she was first married. She finds it with someone else, who she feels connected to in a way she's never felt before. They have a chemistry together right off and you can see it in their eyes whenever they look at each other.
angel paule, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of The Bridges of Madison County|
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Time/era of story
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- playing footsy while inconveniently married
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- much younger/older
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- 3 ()
Sex in book?
What kind of sex:
- descript of kissing
- touching of anatomy
- actual description of hetero sex
Amount of dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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