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Men Giving Money, Women Yelling: Intersecting Stories
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What we never really learn is how each character actually feels about themselves or one another. Even in the first person narratives they seem to lack their own distinct voices. And although New Haven is described as the locale we never are given a real sense of place. These stories could occur in most any city in the USA.
Overall this is very interesting and entertaining collection of short stories describing how many of see society and 'remember' our real lives!
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The best of dozens of short story collections I have read in recent years. The subtitle "Intersecting Stories" doesn't do justice to the work as a whole. Read morePublished on May 11, 2003 by KK
The characters in "Men Giving Money, Women Yelling" live in New Haven, Connecticut, site of Yale University, but the college is a supporting character in this set of... Read morePublished on October 13, 2000 by Alex Nichols