Later the Same Day

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Penguin Books, 1985 - Fiction - 211 pages
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This collection of seventeen short stories deals with characters who are deeply involved with their parents, lovers, children, past, present, future, and the welfare of the community

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This is a small book of poignant short stories populated with independent strong women and their relationships. Her writing style is precise. She uses few words in a clever and effective way. She does ... Read full review

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I may have forgotten just how good Grace Paley can be. This accompanied me everywhere until I finished it much too soon. A few lesser stories in there, for me, but most sparkle brilliantly. To be read and re-read. Read full review


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Grace Paley is a writer, teacher, feminist, and activist. Her Collected Stories (FSG 1994) was a finalist for the National Book Award. She lives in New York City and Vermont.

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