Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains: Short Stories

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Polygon, 1990 - Short stories, English - 138 pages
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The heroes and heroines of "Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains," A. L. Kennedy's first collection of stories, are small people - the kind who inhabit the silence in libraries, who never appear on screen and who never make the headlines. Often alone and sometimes lonely, her characters ponder the mysteries of sex and death... and the ability of public transport to affect our lives.

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Contents

Tea and biscuits
1
Night geometry and the Garscadden trains
24
Genteel potatoes
42
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A. L. Kennedy lives in Glasgow, Scotland.

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