Full Measure: Modern Short Stories on Aging
Graywolf, 1988 - Fiction - 399 pages
Gathers stories by Bellow, Oates, Cheever, Paley, Malamud, Ellin, Pritchett, Carver, Calisher, Gordimer, Rhys, Aiken, and Sayles.
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