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Ricordi: Things Remembered
This collection of stories is linked thematically by the writers' exploration of Ricordi: the impetus...
The Death of André Breton
The Death of Andre Breton is fiction which reads like a detective novel. The suspense,...
The Sandwoman
Ouellette-Michalska's feminism is subtle. She understands that repression imprisons men as well as women ......
The Trestler House
In this postmodern novel about shifting views of history, a young journalist covering the visit...
The King of the Sea Monkeys
Centered around a young high school teacher, The King of the Sea Monkeys is a...
The World at Noon
The World at Noon tells the story of Nicolo, who sets out to visit his...
Lydia's life is a long cultivation of the absurd, the rude and what was once called the deviant, more commonly referred to nowadays as the crackpot. She's worth reading if only for the relief one feels after the book slips from the hands. Ultimately the girl is a lot of fun if you take her seriously as she expects you to.
Lydia Thrippe!: A Critic's Diary Followed by the Lydiad
That Summer in Provincetown
Mobsters and Thugs: Quotes from the Underworld
Vanishing Villages
In the Claws of the Cat
A Boy at the Edge of the World
Isabelle's Notebooks
Max's Folly
A Dive into My Essence
Stained Glass
No Safeguards
Zoo and Crowbar
Leper Tango