Interesting women: stories

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Random House, Apr 9, 2002 - Fiction - 222 pages
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The acclaimed author of Russian Journal and Sarah Phillips presents a humorous, ironic selection of short fiction about women who must grapple with the issues of identity, love, deception, and discovery in such tales as "The Birthday Present," "Winter Barley," and "Interesting Women." 20,000 first printing.

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User Review  - Roman Dee Hellwigi - Goodreads

Brothers and Sisters Around the World, also known as The Curiosity of Sisters, is an exceptional short story. Some call it an exploration of race, a class study, whatevs... Exemplifies the human condition and captures an experience with precision. Read full review

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User Review  - Emma - Goodreads

A few of the stories were a little dull or repetitive, but most were engaging and insightful. Andrea Lee is extremely erudite, and has a great writing style. Read full review


The Birthday Present
Full Moon over Milan
Brothers and Sisters Around the World

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Andrea Lee was born in Philadelphia and received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Harvard University. She is a former staff writer for "The New Yorker," and her fiction and nonfiction writing has also appeared in "The New York Times Magazine" and "The New York Times Book Review," She is the author of "Russian Journal," the novel Sarah Phillips, and the short story collection "Interesting Women," She lives with her husband and two children in Turin, Italy.

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