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by Charles Dickinson
Author: Charles Dickinson
Publisher: Knopf; 1st edition (March 12, 1985)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Recounts the belated coming of age of Robert Cigar who, at age twenty-seven, has retired from sportswriting and moved into the household of his recently deceased friend and former professor.
Charles Dickinson (Author). A great book about being (ab)normal in the Midwest. Lots of information about crows and working at a sporting goods store. It's a murder mystery, too. Kind of. Well, maybe not. If you like Larry Brown and Charles Bukowski, you'll like this. 6 people found this helpful.
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Charles Dickinson (born June 4, 1951) is an American writer known for his literary novels, which often mix realism with winsome absurdity. His debut novel, Waltz in Marathon, was published in 1983. He has written five other novels-the most recent, A Family in Time, was released as an e-book in 2012-and a collection of short stories. His short fiction and non-fiction pieces have appeared in Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, The New Yorker, and a variety of literary magazines.
Charles Dickinson is an American writer known for his literary novels that mix heartbreak and humor with action and well-developed characters.
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Critics have compared him to such masters as Margaret Atwood, Ann Tyler, Michael Crichton and Raymond Carver. His stories have appeared in The New Yorker, Esquire and The Atlantic, among others, and two stories, "Risk" and "Child in the Leaves," were included in O. Henry collections.
by Charles Dickinson. Charles Dickinson is certainly one of the best novelists to appear in the last few years. Crows is both highly entertaining and significantly moral fiction. As a storyteller, Charles Dickinson can hold his own with almost anyone. And when it comes to understanding the human condition, Dickinson is pretty good in that department, too. - Newsday. Dickinson is a subtle, sensitive writer.
Crows - Charles Dickinson. He found the gun in a hollowed-out biology textbook; two identical books side by side on the bookshelf, their duplication calling attention to them, out of place among fourteen years of Street & Smith’s Baseball Yearbook, Bill James’s The Baseball Abstract, the Sporting News a yard deep, and dozens of other baseball books.
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