Fort Wayne Is Seventh on Hitler's List: Indiana Stories

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Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Fiction - 126 pages
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"Michael Martone writes with deep affection for the ordinary. In his hands, the quotidian dreams of the American heartland are transformed... " -- Louise Erdrich "This is a marvelous book.... What a gift!" -- Richard Rhodes

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User Review  - ryan.adams - LibraryThing

Interesting collection of short stories that blend fact and fiction about various people / places in Indiana. Growing up here in the state, this compilation of stories really intrigued me. However, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tom Davis - Goodreads

Some of the stories were good. I think the last one relied too much on knowing obscure details about Dillinger. 1) Jimmy Probasco was another small time crook that some people believe was the one ... Read full review

Contents

Three Postcards from Indiana
11
Pieces
27
Whistlers Father
45
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Michael Martone has taught at Iowa State University, Harvard University, and Syracuse University. He is currently teaching at the University of Alabama, where he has directed the MFA Program in Creative Writing. "Double-wide: Collected Fiction" is his eighth book of stories. Racing in Place, his third book of nonfiction, will be published in 2008. He has edited six other volumes of prose including the Touchstone Anthology of Contemporary Creative Nonfiction with Lex Williford. He lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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