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The Middle of the Night: Stories

The Middle of the Night Stories A preternaturally wise and expansive collection of stories of love and loss desire and longing from a startling new voice in American fictionA commanding performance of profound emotional resonance

  • Title: The Middle of the Night: Stories
  • Author: Daniel Stolar
  • ISBN: 9780312304096
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A preternaturally wise and expansive collection of stories of love and loss, desire and longing, from a startling new voice in American fictionA commanding performance of profound emotional resonance, The Middle of the Night examines the crucial moments in people s struggles to understand the strange paths their lives have taken a seventy year old retired doctor tries toA preternaturally wise and expansive collection of stories of love and loss, desire and longing, from a startling new voice in American fictionA commanding performance of profound emotional resonance, The Middle of the Night examines the crucial moments in people s struggles to understand the strange paths their lives have taken a seventy year old retired doctor tries to teach his sixteen year old son how to drive a young lawyer at a high school reunion discovers that people don t change in expected ways a woman receives a phone call from the father she never knew a white freshman pledges a black fraternity Each of these rich, expansive stories is endowed with an insistent but plain spoken intelligence, illuminating the drama and mystery at the heart of ordinary life.

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    1. An enjoyable collection of eight short stories, many of which left me surprised at the degree to which I had become emotionally involved with the characters and plot. The extent of historical background and complexity of the dynamics in at least a couple of the stories made them feel they were more novels than short stories. The literary tone reminded me of John Cheever at times, and Saul Bellow at others.I was particularly impressed by the stories "Crossing Over" and "Mourning". In both there w [...]


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