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Devoted readers of this perceptive writer will recognize her subtle ability to reveal the most profound observations through seemingly small and ordinary happenings. Those not yet familiar wit her work will find themselves inspired by her magical craftsmanship to closely examine their own experience as they seek answers about the world around them.
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published June 15th 1988 by Harvard Common Press
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I found this book at a local used book store in Philadelphia. I never knew it was a book, I picked it up because I love The Get Up Kids record with the same title. It's a collection of short stories. "Theft" was probably one of the best stories, about two friends that become prisoners. The dialogue is the best part when they are in the jail. in "The Man Who Was Left Behind" it's about a bum who's family died and he's a war vet that's about to die and doesn't know who to give his will to, and ...more
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Rachel Ingalls grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has had various jobs, from theatre dresser and librarian to publisher’s reader. She is a confirmed radio and film addict and has lived in London since 1965. She is the author of several works of fiction—most notably Mrs. Caliban—published in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
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