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The way that water enters stone : stories

Author: John Dufresne
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The highly acclaimed author of Louisiana Power and Light now presents a beautifully crafted collection of tales which are told with insight, humor, and tenderness--stories "full of whimsy and wisdom" ... a collection that "takes you by the lapels and demands that you listen while it works its magic" (James W. Hall).
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dufresne
ISBN: 0393029247 9780393029246
OCLC Number: 21677261
Description: 211 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Providence --
The Freezer Jesus --
A Long Line of Dreamers --
Surveyors --
The Way That Water Enters Stone --
Must I Be Carried to the Sky on Flowered Beds of Ease? --
To Save a Life --
What Follows in the Wake of Love --
Hard Time the First Time --
People That Dream, Whales That Dance --
My Love, My Dove, My Undefiled --
The Slow Death of the B Movie --
The Fontana Gene.
Responsibility: John Dufresne.

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The highly acclaimed author of Louisiana Power and Light now presents a beautifully crafted collection of tales which are told with insight, humor, and tenderness--stories "full of whimsy and wisdom" ... a collection that "takes you by the lapels and demands that you listen while it works its magic" (James W. Hall).

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