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  • Why Religion?: A Personal Story
    In her deepest grief, Pagels’s body was covered with boils, like Job’s—an acute stress reaction.
    09/10/2018
  • Stalin in the Bronx, and Other Stories
    Many of Ruta's stories are set in Latin America, against a background of suffering and social upheaval.
    01/01/1987
  • One is a Wanderer: Selected Stories
    Drawn from earlier collections covering the past three decades, these 21 stories range across a variety of locales, social echelons and literary styles.
    01/01/1985
  • IDEAS OF HEAVEN: A Ring of Stories
    Forecast: The dreamy interconnectedness of Silber's stories is elegantly hinted at in the lovely cover art.
    03/15/2004
  • The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov
    The 13 stories appearing between hard covers here for the first time--finely translated, like many of the others, by Nabokov's son Dmitri--break no new ground, although one includes an original ending dropped from its first printing.
    10/02/1995
  • PARTIAL ECLIPSE AND OTHER STORIES
    (July 5)FYI:Joyce was the featured interview subject on the cover of the May Locus.
    06/17/2002
  • Terrible Kisses: Stories
    In the gruesome, Poe-like title story, a wife covers her husband with kisses for his birthday and winds up ruining his life.
    06/01/1989
  • My Date with Satan: Stories
    Similarly, "A Groupie, a Rock Star" covers some familiar territory exploring the life of a washed-up teen idol and his stalker/lover.
    06/28/1999
  • CRIME STORIES AND OTHER WRITINGS
    One senses a missed opportunity for the major collection Hammett fandom has longed for: the complete Continental Op short stories, in order, original texts, under one set of covers—that would be irresistible.
    08/13/2001
  • GENERATION GAP: And Other Stories
    One brief, pun-laden story, "A Midsummer Newt's Dream," provides comic relief, while several solid SF stories, notably the memorable "The Man on the Cover," treat the aliens-among-us theme.
    05/27/2002
  • Subway Stories
    I sprang from the car and up the stairs, reminding myself to cover my beverage the next time I decided to read on the train.
    07/17/2000
  • Sans Souci, and Other Stories
    Brand's vivid but fragmentary explorations will leave readers eager for a full-length work covering the same terrain.
    10/01/1989
  • The Gaze of the Gazelle: The Story of a Generation
    Hejazi's personal story abounds with anecdotes striking enough to offset tedious sections on post-revolutionary Iranian history and Persian mythology.
    05/09/2011
  • Night Train: Stories
    Wry glimpses of life on the grim northern plains anchor these 31 short pieces by YA novelist Erdrich (sister to Louise), covering decades.
    12/31/2007
  • In Wartime: Stories from Ukraine
    Judah offers a compassionate human view of these conflicts, mixing personal stories, history, politics, and reportage to document “what Ukraine is really like and what its people have to say.”
    08/29/2016

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