Fort Wayne is Seventh on Hitler's List: Indiana Stories

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Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Fiction - 145 pages
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These 11 stories represent something new in American fiction. The author calls them mixtures of fact and fiction, fame and obscurity, their sources the little stories people repeat without thinking and then turn them into myth.

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User Review  - ryan.adams - LibraryThing

Interesting collection of short stories that blend fact and fiction about various people / places in Indiana. Growing up here in the state, this compilation of stories really intrigued me. However, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Spreng - Goodreads

Every time the narrative moves outside of Fort Wayne, my attention span flickers. (Who the hell cares about Indianapolis, for example??) There is something unsettling about reading this book. Indiana ... Read full review

Contents

Three Postcards from Indiana
11
Pieces
27
Whistlers Father
45
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

MICHAEL MARTONE is the author and editor of several works of fiction and nonfiction. He and his wife, the poet Theresa Pappas, are publishers of Story County Books.

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