Man Without Memory

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University of Illinois Press, 1989 - Fiction - 124 pages
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Nine stories deal with a lonely walker, a child prodigy, a transient teacher, AIDS anxiety, a retirement community, and obsession
 

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Could Burgin's stories be spearheading a "Nineties'' movement toward a literary treatment of America that accepts the festering problems of AIDS, drugs, overcrowded cities, and pollution as mere ... Read full review

Contents

Notes on Mrs Slaughter
1
Constitution Day
14
New City
30
Mason
50
Man without Memory
64
Aerialist
79
Carlins Trio
92
The Victims
106
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About the author (1989)

Richard Burgin's books include the story collections "Feat of Blue Skies", "Private Fame", and "Man without Memory". In his first book on Borges, "Conversations with Jorge Luis Borges", he was the sole interviewer. Burgin is the editor of "Boulevard" magazine and an associate professor of communication and English at Saint Louis University.

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