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The Women Who Walk: Stories

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Ten stories deal with the ambiguity of human motivation, two estranged sisters, a reunion of lovers, and unresolved tensions in personal relationships.
Published November 1st 1989 by Louisiana State University Press
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Blow Pop
This was a very good collection of short stories.

A few of them made me think to fully understand them. And some of them I understood without having to think too deeply about them.

I enjoy books that can make me think.

Overall it was a good book and nothing special about it stood out in my mind.
Marianna Monaco
Food for thought. I especially like "Jellyfish" and "The Waiting Game".
See also Ann Packer, Nancy Huddleston Packer's daughter, a good short story writer.
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