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Here and Somewhere Else: Stories and Poems by Grace Paley and Robert Nichols

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Husband and wife, parents and grandparents, Grace Paley and Robert Nichols are two writers and activists who constantly engage the world. Here and Somewhere Else, including uncollected or unpublished fiction by both Paley and Nichols, encompasses diverse countries and cultures, and counterpoints stories and poems that reveal engaged artists inventing different ways to illu ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by The Feminist Press at CUNY
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Judith
Jan 17, 2011 Judith rated it liked it
Here and Somewhere Else: Stories and Poems by Grace Paley and Robert Nichols brings together a few late-in-life stories and poems by Grace Paley and by her husband, playwright Robert Nichols, in a series called Two by Two, intending the juxtaposition of their writings as a reflection on their lives together as well as their separate works. The introduction by Marianne Hirsch introduced me Robert and his role in Grace's life, and the title, Here and Somewhere Else prepared me to appreciate how hi ...more
Kevin
Apr 01, 2013 Kevin rated it liked it
I picked this up thinking the point of the thing was to introduce a worthy, lesser-known writer by pairing him or her with a well-establish master. It turns out that these two are (were -- both now deceased) married and perhaps the only reason to read them together is to contemplate what makes one writer a genius (Paley) and another a plodder (Nichols) in spite of similar outlooks, themes, and even some similar formal qualities (on the surface, at least). The difference seems to start at the lev ...more
Dior
Feb 05, 2010 Dior added it
Beautiful poetry. My favorite poem was "Anti Love Poem" by Grace Paley. It captures everything people love to hate about love; the feeling you get when you love someone so much that it's overwhelming. This poem is perfect for valentine's day.
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Grace Paley was an American short story writer, poet, and political activist whose work won a number of awards.
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