I Am Not Most Places

I Am Not Most Places

Stories

eBook - 1996
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Kingston writer Richard Cumyn's second book of short stories is a remarkable collection of fiction about the curse of modernity-displacement. In striking scenes Cumyn subtly explores our own sense of abandonment and loneliness in the face of change, movement and loss. Cumyn's prose is sparse and direct, the violence supressed beneath the surface casual and foreboding. His characters are at once familiar and eerily distinct, their relationships a tender blend of heartbreak and affection. Separations achieved through illness, betrayal, aging, necessity, choice or dismissal represent an emotional x-ray of a society looking for permanence in an increasingly fluid and precarious world. This collection will haunt you like a shadow creeping over a suburban street- all the landmarks appear familiar but each door leads to unimagined worlds. Great stories await there.
Publisher: [United States] : Dundurn : Made available through hoopla, 1996
ISBN: 9781554885527
1554885523
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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