Eleven Kinds of Loneliness
First published in 1962, a year after Revolutionary Road, this sublime collection of stories seems even more powerful today. Out of the lives of Manhattan office workers, a cab driver seeking immortality, frustrated would-be novelists, suburban men and their yearning, neglected women, Richard Yates creates a haunting mosaic of the 1950s, the era when the American dream was finally coming true - and just beginning to ring a little hollow.
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Review: Eleven Kinds Of LonelinessUser Review - Jill - Goodreads
I was disappointed with this collection of short stories. I felt like they were tedious to read. I loved Revolutionary Road but these couldn't even compare. I'm not giving up on Yate's though; I'd ... Read full review