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Sunday, Monday, and Always: Stories by Dawn Powell

by Dawn Powell

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I love Dawn Powell's novels, but the short stories don't quite measure up. They lean more heavily on her anger than on her humor, offsetting the balance that makes her novels so enjoyable. That said, "Cheerio," one of the most devastating stories about bohemia you'll ever read, manages to encompass everything that made her such a fierce satirist. ( )
  giovannigf | Mar 29, 2014 |
The short story "What are you doing in my dreams" is worth the price of the book. ( )
  Jaylia3 | Aug 19, 2009 |
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...Dawn Powell wrote hundreds of short stories over the course of half a century.  Sunday, Monday, and Always, initially published in 1952, was the author's own personal selection of her best work in the form.  In this new, expanded edition, four fresh stories have been added.  "Can't We Cry a Little?" is an early gem from The New Yorker, never before reprinted, and there are three pieces from Powell's final years: "Dinner on the Rocks", a typically riotous send-up of Manhattan manners; a haunting vignette entitled "The Elopers", and "What Are You Doing in My Dreams?", an uncommonly moving autobiographical sketch...
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