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In an Uncharted Country by Clifford Garstang
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Apr 28, 2011

really liked it

While his bio consists of two bios: one, Garstang the writer, and two, Garstang the former world bank advisor for east asian affairs, these stories stay afoot in eastern blue collar farm country. Classical yet fresh in their regionality, domestic relationships are explored in such a way that the meanings at first seem quite clear but retain quite a bit of ambiguity, tension, and intrigue around them, enough that keeps you reading. A very good read.

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