Guardian Angel and Other Stories

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Feminist Press at CUNY, 1984 - Fiction - 246 pages
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   When Margery Latimer died in childbirth in 1932, she left behind a small body of published and unpublished fiction. Only 33, Latimer had not yet established a reputation and she is virtually unknown today. This book changes that. The stories reveal a writer working in a distinctly modern idiom. Latimer's style is ironic, distancing, and somewhat surreal as she explores sexuality and the unconscious in a recognizable midwestern setting. Because of her interest in women as artists and her attention to the details of repressed lives, Latimer has been called both a feminist Sherwood Anderson and a midwestern Nathalie Sarraute.
  

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Contents

Nellie Bloom
1
Mr and Mrs Arnold
18
The Family
23
Two in Love
68
Guardian Angel
76
Gisela
165
Marriage Eve
185
Monday Morning
197
Death of Mrs Vanderwood
205
The Life
215
A Memoir
230
The Work
236
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Margery Latimer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... short story "Possession" (Nellie Bloom and Other Stories), the novel We Are Incredible, and the long title story in Guardian Angel and Other Stories. ...
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