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Stefanie

Another week of good stories. The Barrett book is sounding better and better and more and more tempting!

Caroline

my copy of this collection just arrived in the post. It's a brand new book but I only paid £1. Good for me, no so good for the author.
I'm looking forward to reading it but I've also got the latest of Edith Pearlman's collection. Everyone I nkow raves about her. I read a coule in Binocular Vision. So far, I haven't really warmed to het yet.
Oh I love the early Cunningham. Sounds like an interesting story.

Danielle

If you come across the Barrett in any of your used bookstore visits--snap it up! I am sure you would like it. I am in the middle now of this week's story, which is rather unlike the previous stories--not sure what I think of it so far, but I have a couple of days to think about it. Once you have read her, you will want to pick up all her books!

Danielle

Oh, so glad you ordered a copy! I love those inexpensive books--remainders or overstock--I buy them all the time these days. I have heard many good things about Edith Pearlman, too. My library has a few of her books and on more than one occasion I have picked them up and looked them over. If you start with her let me know what you think. This collection is fairly short and I think it won't take too much time to get through. This was the first story by Michael Cunningham that I have read--must read The Hours sometime!

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