Fortune Telling: Short Stories

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Carnegie Mellon University Press, 1998 - Fiction - 221 pages
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A collection of stories on various subjects. One is on the pitfalls of sex without love, in a second an Indian couple rebel against their arranged marriage, and a third is on a boy who goes to the aid of a colleague he dislikes.

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In these fine, first collection of character-driven stories Lynn, editor of Kenyon Review, presents complicated situations from modern life. Two boys who really don't like each other are thrown ... Read full review

Contents

FORTUNE TELLING9
9
WILD FLOWERS
31
CONCERT
67
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DAVID LYNN is editor of The Kenyon Review, the distinguished international journal of literature, culture and the arts. He is also author of The Hero s Tale: Narrators in the Early Modern Novel (St. Martin s, New York and Macmillan, London; 1989), and many stories and essays. During the 1995-1996 academic year, he was a Senior Fulbright Scholar in India. David Lynn lives in Gambier, Ohio, with his wife, Wendy Singer, and their two children, Aaron and Elizabeth.

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