I Am ZoŽ Handke: A Novel

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Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1992 - Mothers and daughters - 216 pages
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At the end of Larsen's prize-winning first novel, An American Memory, his hero, Malcolm Reiner, marries Zoe Handke. Now Larsen offers an extraordinary portrait of Zoe, a strange, grave, elegant girl who finally triumphs over her own terror to offer limitless love to her children.

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A joyride through 11 stories of life, love, and regret in southern settings with McCorkle at the wheel. As she's demonstrated in her novels (Ferris Beach, etc.), she's doesn't mind trying a little ... Read full review

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In her first short story collection, McCorkle resumes her remarkable storytelling skills, already demonstrated in four well-received novels: The Cheer Leader (Algonquin, 1984), July 7th (Algonquin ... Read full review


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ERIC LARSON is Adjunct Professor and instructor at the Department on International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University.

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