Come to Me: Stories

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Harper Collins, Apr 13, 1994 - Fiction - 192 pages
7 Reviews
Nominated for a National Book Award, this fresh and stunning collection of stories takes the reader deep into the heart of the most alarming and joyful human relationships.
 

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User Review  - chrisblocker - LibraryThing

If it is true that a writer writes about what they know and that their first work is often semi-biographical, then Amy Bloom's life is a soap opera. He's sleeping with her who is sleeping with him ... Read full review

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User Review  - thereaderscommute - LibraryThing

Originally posted on my blog, The Reader's Commute. Amy Bloom is a storyteller I turn to again and again; whether it's because I want a good cry or I want sentences so beautiful that they make me cry ... Read full review

Contents

Love Is Not a Pie
1
Song of Solomon
25
Three Stories
55
Faultlines
101
Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines
121
When the Year Grows Old
145
Psychoanalysis Changed My Life
163
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About the author (1994)

A practicing psychoanalyst, Amy Bloom lives in Connecticut.

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