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by Marian Thurm

eBook Floating (Contemporary American Fiction) download ISBN: 0140110720
Author: Marian Thurm
Publisher: Penguin Books (June 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 22
ePub: 1755 kb
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Category: Literature

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Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. This is a brilliant collection of short stories. Of special note are the following, 1) Floating - Lynn, age 24, is better friends with her step-daughter who is 16, than with her husband. 2) Winter - A young woman is married to a medical student. They are drifting apart.

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Series: Contemporary American Fiction. Paperback: 352 pages we caught Marian's affectionateness as if it had bee a communicable disease: she was the Typhoid Mary of love

Series: Contemporary American Fiction. Paperback: 352 pages. Publisher: Penguin Books (December 1, 1991) we caught Marian's affectionateness as if it had bee a communicable disease: she was the Typhoid Mary of love. p 93). She was the loving daughter they never had. "She is one of the old Willie Yeat's glimmering girls, with apple blossom in her hair, and I admit to a pang.

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A collection of stories both humorous and poignant depicts the lives of deserted wives and husbands, parental kidnapping, and other ordinary and extraordinary events shaping everyday lives