A burden of earth and other stories

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Hanging Loose Press, 1995 - Fiction - 165 pages
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Tells the stories of individuals caught up in the entanglements of family relationships and troubled by memories of the past

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A BURDEN OF EARTH: and Other Stories

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A debut collection weaves several narratives into one richly defined (if oddly static) tapestry portraying the history and obsessions of a troubled Jewish intellectual family. Ruth Klingle, the ... Read full review

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BETH BOSWORTH is the author of A Burden of Earth and Other Stories and of numerous stories, which have appeared in "The Kenyon Review" and elsewhere. She is founding editor of "The Saint Ann's Review" and has taught English and writing at Saint Ann's School, The New School for Social Research and CUNY's New York City Technical College. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.

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