Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose
A VINTAGE CONTEMPORARIES ORIGINAL
A literary event: Raymond Carver's complete uncollected fiction and nonfiction, including the recently discovered "last" stories, found a decade after Carver's death and published here in book form for the first time.
Call If You Need Me includes all of the prose previously collected in No Heroics, Please, four essays from Fires, and those five marvelous stories that range over the period of Carver's mature writing and give his devoted readers a final glimpse of the great writer at work. The pure pleasure of Carver's writing is everywhere in his work, here no less than in those stories that have alreadey entered the canon of modern literature.
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The five previously uncollected stories that begin this volume are described as Carver's "last of the last" to be published. They follow his established form of finding meaningful and resonant moments ... Read full review
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Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction & Prose
Raymond Carver,William L. Stull
No preview available - 2000
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