Four for a Quarter: Fictions
Four is the magic number in Michael Martone’s Four for a Quarter. In subject—four fifth Beatles, four tie knots, four retellings of the first Xerox, even the sex lives of the Fantastic Four—and in structure—the book is separated into four sections, with each section further divided into four chapterettes—Four for a Quarter returns again and again to its originating number, making chaos comprehensible and mystery out of the most ordinary.
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Review: Four for a Quarter: FictionsUser Review - Tara - Goodreads
No secret this is one of my favorite contemporary writers, and he doesn't disappoint in Four for a Quarter. Everything in this book deals with the number or quantity or concept of 4. I was worried it ... Read full review
Review: Four for a Quarter: FictionsUser Review - Eric Susak - Goodreads
This was a difficult book to rate because its parts are disjointed. The sections are related to each other only by the number 4, yet this structure is contrived in some sections. It is undeniable that ... Read full review