Mireille Silcoff’s Chez L’Arabe (2014)

2017-07-24T15:11:50-05:00

Weeks after reading these stories, a glance at the table of contents brings back their characters and arcs in a moment. (With "Flower Watching" and "Eskimos" I also required the aid of the characters' names I'd noted.) These stories stood out, not only as independent narratives but, simultaneously, for the

Mireille Silcoff’s Chez L’Arabe (2014)2017-07-24T15:11:50-05:00

I Spy: Walt and Mr. Jones

2017-07-20T18:04:57-05:00

As much as these stories focus on solitary characters who observe, from the margins, they long for something else; Walt and Mr. Jones are ultimately preoccupied with relationships. Goose Lane Editions, 2014 Margaret Sweatman's Mr. Jones openly confronts duplicity. "His life had been contrary, a series of duplications: two homes; a father who’d

I Spy: Walt and Mr. Jones2017-07-20T18:04:57-05:00

Sara Levine’s Treasure Island!!! (2012)

2014-05-13T15:33:28-05:00

A novel about a woman who becomes obsessed with a novel? Europa Editions, 2011 Just the sort of story which is guaranteed to appeal to a voracious (even, at times, overly excitable) reader. Even if the novel with which the main character is obsessed is Robert Louis Stevenson's

Sara Levine’s Treasure Island!!! (2012)2014-05-13T15:33:28-05:00

“Oranges and Apples” Alice Munro

2020-05-20T13:54:51-05:00

At one time, Zeigler's Department Store had a grocery department and a hardware department, but no longer. 1990; Penguin, 1991 The store assortment has changed. The role of the department store has changed. Downtown Walley has changed. And, perhaps most significantly, Murray has changed. When the story opens, Murray's

“Oranges and Apples” Alice Munro2020-05-20T13:54:51-05:00
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