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The Temple of Air : stories

Author: Patricia Ann McNair
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : Elephant Rock Books, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From babysitter to bus ticket salesman, construction worker to cult leader, the residents of New Hope chase their dreams and suffer their disappointments against the subtle backdrop of a Midwestern landscape. In the manner of the Pulitzer Prize winning Olive Kitteridge, and the iconic Winesburg, Ohio, Patricia Ann McNair's The Temple of Air links the lives and stories of a place and its people through tragedy and  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Ann McNair
ISBN: 0615434630 9780615434636
OCLC Number: 756699409
Description: 180 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Something like faith --
Just like that --
The joke --
Running --
When is a door not a door? --
Hand thing --
The way it really went --
The twin --
Deer story --
The things that'll keep you alive --
The Temple of Air.
Responsibility: Patricia Ann McNair.

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From babysitter to bus ticket salesman, construction worker to cult leader, the residents of New Hope chase their dreams and suffer their disappointments against the subtle backdrop of a Midwestern landscape. In the manner of the Pulitzer Prize winning Olive Kitteridge, and the iconic Winesburg, Ohio, Patricia Ann McNair's The Temple of Air links the lives and stories of a place and its people through tragedy and consequence, blind faith and redemption. Spanning three decades, these fine-tuned stories present a portrait of working class Americans whose lives initially intersect when a tragic accident takes place during a summer carnival.

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