A Blind Man Can See how Much I Love You: Stories

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Random House, 2000 - Fiction - 163 pages
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A new collection of stories by the celebrated author of Love Invents Us introduces a new cast of characters who search for love and satisfaction in a difficult and painful world. 25,000 first printing.

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User Review  - viviennestrauss - LibraryThing

I don't even know what I can say about this book to do it justice. Each story was so moving, some left me breathless, others like sharp talons were tearing at my heart. Read full review

A BLIND MAN CAN SEE HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU: Stories

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A second collection of eight gritty, wisecracking, rudely contemporary urban stories from the Connecticut psychotherapist and highly praised author (Come to Me, 1993; Love Invents Us, 1997).Bloom ... Read full review

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Rowing to Eden
29
Night Vision 37
57
Light into Dark
75
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Amy Bloom is the author of Come to Me, a collection of stories, and Love Invents Us, a novel. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Antaeus, Story, Mirabella, Self, Vogue, and Talk, among other publications, and in many anthologies here and abroad, including The Best American Short Stories; Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards; The Secret Self: A Century of Short Stories by Women; and The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction. Also a practicing psychotherapist, she lives in Connecticut.

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