Bear and His Daughter

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, May 14, 1998 - Fiction - 240 pages
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The stories collected in Bear and His Daughter span nearly thirty years - 1969 to the present - and they explore, acutely and powerfully, the humanity that unites us. In "Miserere," a widowed librarian with an unspeakable secret undertakes an unusual and grisly role in the anti-abortion crusade. "Under the Pitons" is the harrowing story of a reluctant participant in a drug-running scheme and the grim and unexpected consequences of his involvement. The title story is a riveting account of the tangled lines that weave together the relationship of a father and his grown daughter.
 

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User Review  - Ben Bush - Goodreads

Read this cause Dog Soldiers made a pretty interesting impression on. Great line-level writing in a lot of this. Part of what propels Stone's stuff is that the people in them are capable of _any_ damn ... Read full review

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User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

Not so much a review as "some comments". I read a fair number of these stories when they were published on their own. I really wish they had included date of publication at the end or on the copyright ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

ROBERT STONE (1937-2015) was the acclaimed author of eight novels and two story collections, including Dog Soldiers, winner of the National Book Award, and Bear and His Daughter, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His memoir, Prime Green, was published in 2007.

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