Pruning: Rereading Larry’s Party by Carol Shields

2020-11-17T13:18:52-05:00

“This is the way it’s done, isn’t it? This is how other people do it.” How other people live their lives, that is. When Carol Shields tells the story of Larry Weller’s life, it begins with his having picked up somebody else’s coat and it ends with a party.

Pruning: Rereading Larry’s Party by Carol Shields2020-11-17T13:18:52-05:00

Telling Father’s Story: A Novel and a Memoir

2017-07-24T15:12:22-05:00

Khaled Hosseini's And the Mountains Echoed and Maurice Mierau's Detachment: An Adoption Memoir are a perfect pair. Penguin Random House, 2014 And the Mountains Echoed begins with a story, told by a father to his son and his daughter. "Father never felt more present to Abdullah, more vibrant, revealed,

Telling Father’s Story: A Novel and a Memoir2017-07-24T15:12:22-05:00

Shree Ghatage’s Awake When All the World is Asleep (1997)

2014-03-20T15:11:08-05:00

Two years before everybody was talking about Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies, Shree Ghatage's collection was published. Awake When All the World is Asleep considers similar themes, and also presents a wide variety of narrators in both Indian and North American settings. (Okay, it didn't win a Pulitzer, but

Shree Ghatage’s Awake When All the World is Asleep (1997)2014-03-20T15:11:08-05:00
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