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Put Yourself In My Shoes
Raymond Carver
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Put Yourself in My Shoes by Raymond Carver
Yet another exquisite short story by an absolute master

This tale begins with Myers vacuum cleaning.
He is the hero of the narrative.
The phone rings and it is Paula, whom we later learn is his wife, inviting him for an office party, where people speak about him.
His former boss, Dick is appreciating and admiring the courage Myers had to quit his job and start writing.
Paula would say in the course of later dialogues that her spouse writes something every si
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Carver was born into a poverty-stricken family at the tail-end of the Depression. He married at 19, started a series of menial jobs and his own career of 'full-time drinking as a serious pursuit', a career that would eventually kill him. Constantly struggling to support his wife and family, Carver enrolled in a writing programme under author John Gardner in 1958. He saw this opportunity as a turni ...more
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