Love is the crooked thing: stories

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Alonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1986 - Fiction - 182 pages
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Eleven stories tell of romance on a bus trip, a young man who faces death to win his wife, the relationship of a father and son, a pro football player's decision to marry, and a soldier's experiences in Vietnam

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Contents

f When Our Dream World Finds
1
Having the Human Thing of
13
The Unfinished Business of Childhood
23
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

A professor of creative writing at Ohio State University, Lee K. Abbott has published five short story collections and a collected stories collection of his work. He has won many awards over the course of his career and summers in New Mexico.

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