Mr. Whittle and the Morning Star by Robert Nathan audiobook

Mr. Whittle and the Morning Star

By Robert Nathan
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History professor Robert Whittle believes the world is aboutto end, though his devoted wife Amanda and young daughter Lucinda don’t sharehis opinion. Consumed by his depressing prophecy, Mr. Whittle is suddenlydistracted by the alarmingly beautiful Penelope Andrews. Penelope enjoys theaffections of her boyfriend, fellow student Marvin Greene, but it’s apparentthat Marvin is growing restless and contemplating other conquests. One evening the Whittles decide to entertain their goodfriends the Blaneys, and it becomes apparent that Mr. Blaney, though happilymarried, is having fantasies about Amanda. Soon after, Penelope, realizing Marvin’saffection is waning, develops a crush on Mr. Whittle. Meanwhile, Mr. Whittle’sdoomsday prediction spreads throughout the town, causing a great deal of unrestand invoking the ire of Amanda—and instigating a series of complicatedrelationships. Nathan’s Mr.Whittle and the Morning Star is a charming story of greener pastures, fantasies, and being careful what you dream of—because it just mightcome true.

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Summary

Summary

History professor Robert Whittle believes the world is aboutto end, though his devoted wife Amanda and young daughter Lucinda don’t sharehis opinion. Consumed by his depressing prophecy, Mr. Whittle is suddenlydistracted by the alarmingly beautiful Penelope Andrews. Penelope enjoys theaffections of her boyfriend, fellow student Marvin Greene, but it’s apparentthat Marvin is growing restless and contemplating other conquests.

One evening the Whittles decide to entertain their goodfriends the Blaneys, and it becomes apparent that Mr. Blaney, though happilymarried, is having fantasies about Amanda. Soon after, Penelope, realizing Marvin’saffection is waning, develops a crush on Mr. Whittle. Meanwhile, Mr. Whittle’sdoomsday prediction spreads throughout the town, causing a great deal of unrestand invoking the ire of Amanda—and instigating a series of complicatedrelationships.

Nathan’s Mr.Whittle and the Morning Star is a charming story of greener pastures, fantasies, and being careful what you dream of—because it just mightcome true.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“A brilliantly written piece that is full of shocking turns, including a finish that will have you thinking about what it all means, and by it I mean life, not the book…There is no question—if you enjoy good literature, that this is a gem from the incredible library of Robert Nathan..” Andrew “Fish” Fain, writer and sports producer
“A genuine Robert Nathan with all the sympathetic understanding of character, his quiet humor, and unsuspected satire. A strong ‘yes’ for this book.” Library Journal

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Author Bio: Robert Nathan

Author Bio: Robert Nathan

Robert Nathan (1894–1985) was born in New York City and educated at private schools in the United States and Switzerland. While attending Harvard, where he was a classmate of E. E. Cummings, he was an editor of the Harvard Monthly, in which his first stories and poems appeared. After becoming a full-time writer, Nathan’s work strengthened his reputation with both the public and peers. F. Scott Fitzgerald once referred to Nathan as his favorite writer. Five of his novels have been made into films, including Portrait of Jennie and The Bishop’s Wife. Nathan ultimately authored more than fifty volumes of novels, poetry, and plays, and from this body of distinguished work he acquired a reputation as a master of satiric fantasy.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 3.27
Audience: Adult
Language: English