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WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT LOVE: STORIES

CARVER, RAYMOND

ISBN: 
978-0-679-72305-9
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Coleccion del libro: 
Idioma: 
Inglés
Número de páginas: 
176
Dimensiones:
140x200
Fecha edición:14/10/1989
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In his second collection, including the iconic and much-referenced title story featured in the Academy Award-winning film Birdman, Carver establishes his reputation as one of the most celebrated short-story writers in American literature--a haunting meditation on love, loss, and companionship, and finding one's way through the dark.


"Carver's fiction is so spare in manner that it takes a time before one realizes how completely a whole culture and a whole moral condition is represented by even the most seemingly slight sketch. This second volume of stories is clearly the work of a full-grown master." --Frank Kermode

"Raymond Carver's America is...clouded by pain and the loss of dreams, but it is not as fragile as it looks. It is a place of survivors and a place of stories.... [Carver] has done what many of the most gifted writers fail to do: He has invented a country of his own, like no other except that very world, as Wordsworth said, which is the world to all of us." --Michael Wood, front page, The New York Times Book Review

"Splendid.... The collection as a whole, unlike most, begins to grow and resonate in a wonderful cumulative effect." --Tim O'Brien, Chicago Tribune Book World

"Carver not only enchants, he convinces." --J.D. Reed, Time

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Carver nació en Clatskanie, Oregón y creció en Yakima, Washington. Su padre trabajaba en un aserradero y era alcohólico. Su madre trabajaba como camarera y vendedora. Tuvo un único hermano llamado James Franklyn Carver que nació en 1943. Read more about CARVER, RAYMOND

Why Don't You Dance?<BR>Viewfinder<BR>Mr. Coffee and Mr. Fixit<BR>Gazebo<BR>I Could See the Smallest Things<BR>Sacks<BR>The Bath<BR>Tell the Women We're Going<BR>After the Demin<BR>So Much Water So Close to Home<BR>The Third Thing That Killed My Father Off<BR>A Serious Talk<BR>The Calm<BR>Popular Mechanics<BR>Everything Stuck to Him<BR>What We Talk About When We Talk About Love<BR>One More Thing

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