Savata-a beautiful, fair-skinned young woman who leaves a career on the night club circuit to become high priestess of her own church in Brooklyn-is the creation of one of America's most original, evocative, and highly regarded writers. William Goyen offers a wonderful blend of bold satire and dignified pathos in this touching, funny, short novel.
by William Goyen
by Reginald Gibbons, William Goyen
by William Shakespeare
by William Sherman
by Zane Grey
by William Kennedy
Sign up for our email newsletter