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High Infidelity: 24 Great Short Stories About Adultery By Some Of Our Best Contemporary Authors

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High Infidelity brings together twenty-four irresistible stories on the subject of marital betrayal by such virtuosos as John Updike, Margaret Atwood, T. Coraghessan Boyle, and Russell Banks, as well as new voices like Abby Bardi and Gregg Palmer, and even a never-before-published story by Richard Russo, author of Nobody's Fool.This collection embraces poignance and passio ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published August 19th 1998 by Harper Perennial (first published 1997)
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Aidywi
I selected this book because of some of the authors (TC Boyle, John Irving), but it was wholly depressing. A whole big ol' book about the myriad ways to cheat on your partner. A tough read.
Sasha Strader
Any collection of stories has the good and the bad. By and large I found this collection to be mediocre. A few hightlights being Spats (heartbreaking) and Hairball (creepy)
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Nov 21, 2012 Carol marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Alicia
Very mixed reaction to this book - it's well curated, but the overall impression is one of regret. It's fairly depressing.
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Aug 30, 2008 Will marked it as should-i-evens
There is a story in this book called "Dick York" by Max Garland. I can't find many of his short stories.
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John McNally is the author of three novels (After the Workshop, America's Report Card and The Book of Ralph) and two story collections (Ghosts of Chicago and Troublemakers). He's written two books on writing: Vivid and Continuous: Essays and Exercise for Writing Fiction and The Creative Writer's Survival Guide: Advice from an Unrepentant Novelist He's edited six fiction anthologies, on subjects ra ...more
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