An extraordinary collection of short stories from an author who is
set to become one of America's leading literary voices. In the
tradition of Raymond Carver or Tobias Wolff, these are
all-encompassing stories of the American psyche, of love and loss
and of the landscape and its people. A goldfish circles in its
bowl, refusing to die, becoming the silent focus of a difficult
family life; a pianist loses his talents as he is forced to
question the meaning of love and commitment. Through a blend of
lyricism and humour, these stories of ordinary human dilemmas take
flight and become mythical and universal. David Means is a rare
writer who transports us to the heart of what it is to be human.
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