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Finding a Girl in America: Ten Stories & A Novella

Dubus, Andre

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ISBN 10: 0879233117 / ISBN 13: 9780879233112
Editorial: David R Godine Publisher, Boston MA, U.S.A., 1980
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Two books signed by author on the first page with two different dedication to book owner, dated May 9th,1980. ISBN: 0879233117 Books include original invitation to meet the author at Waldenbooks in Boston. Also cover letter by Waldenbooks showing a copy of the first review of this book that appeared in TIME magazine on June 16th, 1980. Cover letter by Waldenboioks with Author and Publisher's biography on a separate page is included as well. Mylar cover DJ. Both Book and DJ in Like New condition. UNREAD. Price below is for one copy, not both. For detailed description and photos of this book, please contact us. N° de ref. de la librería 000004

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Título: Finding a Girl in America: Ten Stories & A ...

Editorial: David R Godine Publisher, Boston MA, U.S.A.

Año de publicación: 1980

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: As New

Condición de la sobrecubierta: As New

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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In his third Godine collection, the author of Separate Flights (1975) and Adultery & Other Choices (1977) deepens his hold on our attention. His people, the ones we see everyday but hardly know, deliver those recurrent shocks of recognition that are the mark of a seasoned storyteller. His largely coastal New England world more and more feels like a permanent part of the modern literary landscape.

The novella, 'Finding a Girl in America,' continues the life of Hank Allison, a central character in Dubus' earlier long tales, 'We Don't Live Here Anymore' and 'Adultery.' Hank is a man haunted by his failures as a husband, his concern for his daughter, and his need for a new marriage that can survive his obsessive writer's absorption with himself.

Other stories including 'Killings,' a swift and wholly successful tale of revenge; 'Townies,' about a young man whose affair with an undergraduate girl ends in deadly fury; 'At Saint Croix,' the story of a man and woman, both divorced, whose Caribbean spring vacation fails to exorcise his ghosts; 'The Pitcher,' where a baseball player can manage his arm but not his wife; and 'The Winter Father,' a story of overwhelming tenderness dealing with a divorced father and his weekend attempts to re-establish contact with his two children.

Subtle and haunting, Dubus concentrates his Chekhovian and utterly American attention on the residual anguish and momentary elation of deep attachments. Nothing in current American writing seems more genuine that this increasingly celebrated writer's rueful and chastened fictions.

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