Here and Somewhere Else
Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2007 - Fiction - 147 pages
Here two writers married to each other employ dramatically different narrative styles and voices to write politically. Often seriocomic, Grace Paley's short fiction, including a previously uncollected New Yorker story, features characters “talking in their heads.” Robert Nichols, a master of the macabre incident described in surreal terms, sets his new stories in rural Vermont and Third World countries.
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