Delirium Eclipse & Other Stories

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1985 - Manners and customs - 200 pages
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Nine stories deal with an arrogant foreign aid administrator, a young radical who deserts his ailing leader, a college professor lost in the Paris Metro, a boy fascinated with his grandmother's jewels, and a greedy child's efforts to prevent his mother'sr

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Delirium eclipse & other stories

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In these nine stories, the young Englishman Lasdun emerges as a new writer whose imaginative voice can perplex and enthrall. He gives us not only an unusual perspective on life but characters who are ... Read full review

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James Lasdun lives near Woodstock, New York.

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