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Fiction - Published: 1/Mar/2015 - ISBN: 9781908968500
The collected stories of an award-winning author who has been compared to Alice Munro, John Updike and even Chekhov. Tenderly, observantly, incisivley, Edith Pearlman caputres life on the page like few other writers - its dilemmas, its loves, it complexity. Spanning 40 years of writing from tsarist Russia to London during the Blitz, from Central America to the coast of Maine, from Jerusalem to the fictinoal suburb of Godolphin, Massachusettes- these astonishing stories show a writer of the most exquisitely turned prose, with sensibility all her own: imaginative, compassionate, funny and wise...
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