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Job shadowing

Author: Malcolm Sutton
Publisher: Toronto : BookThug, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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My slow adaptation is to her a sign of my being ‘outside life.’An unemployed man, losing his ability to imagine a future self, disappears into the shadow world of an ambitious millennial. His wife, an idealistic artist at the turning point of her career, falls deeper and deeper into the gravitational field of her ultra-wealthy employer.Job Shadowing is a novel of our 20th-century desires torn asunder by the new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Canadian fiction
Additional Physical Format: Sutton, Malcolm, author.
Job shadowing./
Toronto : BookThug, 2016. ©2016
(CaOONL)20169005895
(OCoLC)933272561
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Sutton
ISBN: 9781771662031 1771662034 9781771662048 1771662042 9781771662055 1771662050
OCLC Number: 936221142
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Classplaza; Josephine; Etti; Victoria; Etti; Victoria; Classplaza; Etti; Victoria; Etti; Victoria; Etti; Victoria; Etti; Victoria; Etti; -plaza; Acknowledgments; Colophon.
Responsibility: Malcolm Sutton.
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My slow adaptation is to her a sign of my being ‘outside life.’An unemployed man, losing his ability to imagine a future self, disappears into the shadow world of an ambitious millennial. His wife, an idealistic artist at the turning point of her career, falls deeper and deeper into the gravitational field of her ultra-wealthy employer.Job Shadowing is a novel of our 20th-century desires torn asunder by the new millennium. Through stylish, searching prose, it tests the grounds of impossible love, generational identity and middle-class fantasy.

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