John Logan: The Collected Fiction

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BOA Editions, Ltd., 1991 - Fiction - 204 pages
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"Always enjoyable for the essential frission of recognition they provide, these stories...call us to witness the subtle nuances of our own experiences."--Publishers Weekly
 

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Contents

J Panic Round
1
The Success
13
The Lawless Day
25
The Last Class
47
A Case of Parapraxis
83
The Picture for the Publisher
93
The Loss 705
105
My Night at the PTA 151
151
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About the author (1991)

Born in Red Oak, Iowa, educated at Coe College; the University of Iowa, Iowa City; and Georgetown University, John Logan found inspiration for his early poetical works in his conversion to Catholicism. Influenced primarily by Rainer Maria Rilke, his poetry has moved from a religious formalistic style to a freedom of line and voice. Editor of Choice, a major magazine of poetry and photography, Logan has received the Indiana School Letters Fellowship (1965, 1969); the Miles Modern Poetry Award (1967); and a Rockefeller grant (1968).

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