5 Stories and a Piece of You & Me

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5 Stories and a Piece of You & Me

Stories and a Piece of You Me A collection of pieces by Padgett Powell plus an excerpt of the forthcoming You Me to be published initially as an Ecco Solo short e book

  • Title: 5 Stories and a Piece of You & Me
  • Author: Padgett Powell
  • ISBN: 9780062235763
  • Page: 483
  • Format: ebook
  • A collection of 5 pieces by Padgett Powell plus an excerpt of the forthcoming You Me to be published initially as an Ecco Solo short e book.

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    1. Richard on said:

      Though the first two stories of this sampler are clearly the best, and such percentages would probably put 2 stars in all, I forewent the piece from Powell's forthcoming novel since I had just bought the novel itself, and, simple put, "Working for Brother Catcard" is quite an amazing story, well worth bumping up the rest of the collection. Powell is most certainly the current inheritor of Donald Barthelme's mantle--if you enjoyed stories like "The Indian Uprising" or "Cortes and Montezuma," stor [...]

    2. wally on said:

      yeahading this now. w/that other, An Adulteryis being valentine's day after allems to be the norm, adulteration, including the weather, topsyturvificationndlejuly, 2012ntents:horsesworking for brother catcardthe new worldutopiaall along the watchtower, again (w/o going to a source of his collectionsi recall something w/this title another collection.)happy to see padgett is still putting stuff out there. i've read the You & IYou & Meme story, different publisherse you & me w/some adde [...]

    3. Kelly on said:

      Love his style, but I'm *slightly* less enchanted with his shorts. It always takes me a minute or two to connect with his prose, and the short length means it's over before I'm quite "there." Still brilliant, though.

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