Ghostly Populations: Short Stories

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986 - Fiction - 171 pages
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This collection of seventeen stories includes a tale about a man who keeps bumping into dead celebrities on city streets and an account of an elderly amnesia victim trying to reclaim his identity from the muggers who stole his wallet

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Ghostly populations: short stories

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This collection of "ghost'' stories by an established writer of literary fiction will interest both mainstream and genre readers. "The Immortal Dog'' recounts the angst of an old man forced to poison ... Read full review


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