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Pretty good collection of Anne Proulx short stories. Hard stories about hard people but with lots of humanity too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Double Ott Rancher
She is a great writer, actually one of the greatest especially using the short story format. She does like downers, though...Published 5 months ago by Martina Schwarz
Though the writing is expert, and morbid fascination is a tested way to keep the pages turning, would it kill Ms. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jim Molnar
Well-written fook; interesting characters; Great packing and fast delivery.Published 12 months ago by Vera Gene Miller
Ms Proulx is obviously a highly talented writer and her work would be an absolute delight were it not so morbid (or is that its charm?). Read morePublished 13 months ago by Hobo Eddy
Ms Proulx stands at the head of living U.S. female literary artists, and only behind Cormac McCarthy in total, now that Larry McMurtry seems to have lost his mojo. Read morePublished 15 months ago by D. P. Williams
Seller was great in prompt filling. Content of book just not my taste/Published 19 months ago by A. Herrera
This is the third, and presumably last, of Annie Proulx's books of cold-eyed, anti-romantic stories of Wyoming. There are nine stories. Three of them are imaginative fantasies. Read morePublished 20 months ago by R. M. Peterson
When I started reading this book and quickly realized I had read it before. No matter, it was just as enjoyable the second time around. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Stephen Redwood