The Dream of the White Village: A Novel in Stories
Stories on life in a small town through the eyes of its inhabitants. As the protagonist in the story, Cheryl-lin, tells a taxi driver, she loves the town and the people, but the drawback is the place is so small "that you have to love them seventeen or eighteen times every day. It's like some Greek mythological torture." The setting is Burlington, Vermont.
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