Characters on the Loose: Stories
Much anticipated, Characters on the Loose showcases the range of Janet Kauffman's talent. Included are the gritty and grounded characterizations that brought her recognition with Places in the World a Woman Could Walk and her extraordinary and highly original skill with language that marks her more recent work.
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CHARACTERS ON THE LOOSE: StoriesUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Fifteen pieces from a veteran writer (The Body in Four Parts, 1993; Obscene Gestures for Women, 1989, etc.) that only sometimes get under the skin or into the heart. Kauffman gathers up symbols in a ... Read full review
CHARACTERS ON T -NOP/72User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Kauffman here continues to employ the innovative prose that made her previous writings (e.g., The Body in Four Parts, LJ 9/1/93) so enticing. Aptly named, this collection is less about place than ... Read full review