Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

Vinegar Girl  by Anne Tyler

“Vinegar Girl: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare)” is written by Anne Tyler.

Anne Tyler is a ‘Pulitzer Prize’ winner.Anne escorts us an influenced, campy, inescapable contemporary to one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies.

Kate Battista is the daughter of eccentric scientist. She has one arrogant and fairly younger sister. Some times she seems to be fastened. She doesn’t want to work for home. She is always in tension and this create troubles at work. Her younger sister’s pre-school charges are valuing high to her. and all her suggestion given to her parents are useless as they don’t like her extraordinary opinions and her blunt manner.

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Kate’s father Dr. Battista has other problems. After spending many years in the academic field, he is abut of a development. His development/research will help millions of people. But there is one problem in achieving success: Pyotr, Dr. Battista’s brilliant and young lab assistant. The government is going to deport him. And without Pyotr’s help, whatever they have achieved yet will be lost.

Now to make Pyotr, stay in the country, Dr. Battista makes an outrageous plan. He wants kate’s help to fulfill his plan. Kate is frantic because her father is asking for a big favor. Is Kate will be able to oppose the two men’s pathetic crazy and comical drive her to be a part of their plan?

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