We so seldom look on love: stories
A collection of short stories by the author of Falling Angels features a tale of a blind girl who sees for the first time after a successful operation, a learning disabled child, and a man in love with a necrophiliac.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - katelattuca - LibraryThing
This anthology was my first experience with Barbara Gowdy, some years ago. She addresses the fringe of human nature, and writes with the exacting sensation of biting into aluminum foil. "We So Seldom ... Read full review
WE SO SELDOM LOOK ON LOVEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A debut collection from Canadian novelist Gowdy (Through the Green Valley, 1988) limns—with dark humor and wry compassion—the lives of those on the margins of normality. The stories here all share a ... Read full review