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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation.
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  Sheila01 | Jul 27, 2019 |
This collection is so very, very good that I have left the final story unread because I don't want to have finished this book! ( )
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To my aunts,

Geral, Martha and Catherine

whose spirit is always in the work.

And to Andrew Wylie,

whose friendship and support

have been invaluable.
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He thinks of her small, white hands, blue veined, gaunt, awkwardly knuckled.
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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation.

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