A heartwarming story about finding yourself, and finding love, after you think you're past your prime, Still Life with Bread Crumbs is author Anna Quindlen's seventh novel. At 60, Rebecca Winter's glory days as a photographer are long gone. She's struggling, emotionally and financially, to care for her aging parents, her son, and herself. Hoping to replenish her dwindling bank account, she sublets her pricey New York apartment and retreats to a rustic cottage in a charming small town, only to find the cottage more rustic and the town less charming than she expected. Skillfully written with a fusion of clever and funny narration and powerful themes, Still Life with Bread Crumbs is the tale of a vibrant woman who learns to see the world in ways other than through her camera lens. Let the chapter-by-chapter analysis in this sidekick of Still Life with Bread Crumbs help you explore the thought-provoking themes and layers of complexities in this novel. Explore new depths thanks to the expert analysis of the novel's setting and characters. Follow Rebecca as she gradually comes to terms with life, makes friends with a quirky assortment of characters, and falls in love. An overall realistic tale of love and life, Still Life with Bread Crumbs will leave Quindlen's fans and newcomers alike satisfied.