Imagine a woman and other tales

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Random House Publishing Group, 1990 - Fiction - 229 pages
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Offers a collection of offbeat tales that explore a world of madness, obsession, disease, medicine, and the macabre, in "Whither Thou Goest," "Pipistrel," "Lindlow Man," and the title story

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The six stories in this collection range from bizarrely poignant to wistful and disturbing. In "Whither Thou Goest,'' a widow tries to come to terms with the loss of her husband by seeking out the ... Read full review


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Richard Selzer is the author of numerous books and articles. He is a former surgeon and professor of surgery. Selzer taught writing at Yale University and is the recipient of dozens of awards and honors, including a Pushcart Prize, National Magazine Award (for his essays), an American Medical Writer's Award, and a Guggenheim fellowship. His work has been published in "New American Review, Esquire, Harper's", and other periodicals.

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