Stories in the Worst Way

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3rd bed, 2002 - Fiction - 159 pages
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Thirty-six stories on unpleasant characters creating unpleasant situations. The story, In Waking Hours, is on a corporate type who vents his hate of people by mimicking them, while in Slops a professor exploits a bowl disorder to keep people away. Some stories are only a few sentences long.

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STORIES IN THE WORST WAY

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Mordant debut collection of terse stories (some only a few paragraphs long), featuring a playful use of language in the service of a grim vision of contemporary life. Lutz's protagonists are ... Read full review

Stories in the worst way

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Lutz's short, experimental pieces (some a mere 100 words) are sure to intrigue some and offend and baffle others. Lutz (English, Univ. of Pittsburgh) does not shrink from, and at times revels in, what ... Read full review

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Sororally
3
Slops
17
Their Sizes Run Differently
31
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