North of the Port: Stories

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Southern Methodist University Press, 2008 - Fiction - 176 pages
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These 12 stories deal with the pressure of ordinary history on the lives of displaced persons by looking at Polish immigrants in the mid-20th century. The book uncovers the most intimate religious and sensual longings of the immigrants and how this effects their lifes and dreams.

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In this collection of 12 stories drawn from the experience of post-World War II Polish refugees in the U.S., Bukoski continues the themes and uses the style that characterizes previous work. Time is ... Read full review

Contents

Gossamer Bloom
1
A Guide to American Trees
15
The Shadow Players
43
Copyright

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Anthony Bukoski teaches at the University of Wisconsin.

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