Blue spruce: stories

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Scribner, Mar 9, 1995 - Fiction - 254 pages
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A collection of short stories about the vanishing frontier includes "Eggarine," where a young man deals with losing his parents, and "The New World," following one family's struggle to eke out an existence in the Montana wilderness. 15,000 first printing. Tour.

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This vibrant collection by Montana writer Long manages what only the best short stories can claim: each story engages you enough that you wish it wouldn't end so soon. The people and the locales are ... Read full review

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Exquisite stories. David Long is one of the best short story writers we have today. Read full review

Contents

LIGHTNING
69
BLUE SPRUCE
117
THE VOTE
160
Copyright

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Long is a native of Massachusetts. He has taught in the graduate creative writing program at the University of Montana.

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