Kate Vaiden by Reynolds Price

Kate Vaiden (1986) is a novel by Reynolds Price about a white woman from the American South who, after a teenage pregnancy, abandons her son shortly after giving birth to him and who does not get in touch with him for four decades.

The 2151st greatest fiction book of all time


This book is on the following lists:

  1. - National Book Critics Circle Award - Fiction (National Book Critics Circle)

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Name Binding Sales Rank Lowest New Lowest Used Published
Kate Vaiden (Pavillons) (French Edition) Paperback 7049444 $3.90 1990
Kate Vaiden Paperback 129307 $12.06 $0.10 1998
Kate Vaiden Paperback 1505436 $14.50 $3.11 1998
Kate Vaiden Mass Market Paperback 1386287 $7.09 $0.01 1987
KATE VAIDEN. A Novel. Hardcover 4648789 $4.94
Kate Vaiden Paperback 9567913 $99.99 $0.86
Kate Vaiden Hardcover 7841504 $6.32
Kate Vaiden (G K Hall Large Print Book Series) Hardcover 6167875 $1,240.42 $0.01
Kate Vaiden Hardcover 1147903 $17.90 $0.15 1986
Kate Vaiden Paperback 3791017 $13.78 $1.61