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All Things, All at Once

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"Cheever's true heir, our major American short story writer."—William Harrison

Here are stories about fathers and sons, stories about men and women, and stories about the relationships between men by one of our most gifted story writers. The narrator of "The Who, the What and the Why," begins breaking into his own house as a sort of therapy after his daughter dies. In "The
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Hardcover, 480 pages
Published June 5th 2006 by Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc. (first published 2006)
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“Nice collection that includes a variety from his career, particularly the poignant "One of Star Wars, One of Doom" about Columbine. And from Lee my mentor and writing prof his best.”

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