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It in the imaginations of thousands of readers 'Where I'm Calling From' his last collection encompasses classic stories from 'Cathedral' 'What We Talk About When We Talk About Love' and earlier Carver. A collection of short stories from a writer considered by many to be one the master of the modern short story Many of the stories have a flavor of the author s youth let s say the 1940 s and 50

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Where I’m Calling From

By the time of his early death in 1988 Raymond Carver had established himself as one of the greatest practitioners of the American short story a writer who had not only found his own voice but imprinted. It ought to make us feel ashamed when we talk like we know what we re talking about when we talk about love Life has a way of breaking even the strongest of hearts of dashing families friendshi

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Volumes along with seven new works previosly unpublished in book form Together these 37 stories give us a superb overview of Carver's life work and show us why he was so widely imitated but never eualed. 275 This book includes the best stories from other collections including What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Choosing this sweeping collection of over 3 dozen stories as an introduction to Ca


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  1. says:

    The typical profile of an American adult reader of literature is a college educated professional making a decent salary in a choice environment such as the publishing industry law office consulting firm or college or university But how about the other America populated by men and women worlds away from ever reading literary works men and women living in the raw boned land of work boots crap jobs hard liuor chain smokes trailer

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    ‘ It ought to make us feel ashamed when we talk like we know what we're talking about when we talk about love’Life has a way of breaking even the strongest of hearts of dashing families friendships and lover

  3. says:

    I wanted the first book I read in 2018 to be special and this classic selection of stories by Raymond Carver – the final book he published during his lifetime he died in 1988 at the incredibly young age of 50 – fit the billHere presented

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    5 starsIn keeping with my “study” of the short story I figured it was about time I picked up Raymond Carver Call me a late bloomer The only story I had previously read by him was Cathedral which is excellent This is basically a story about a skeptical somewhat superficial man who is taught by a blind man how to “see”The 37 stories in this 526 page collection are arranged chronologically The final story called Errand unpublished a

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    A collection of short stories from a writer considered by many to be one the master of the modern short story Many of the stories have a flavor of the author’s youth let’s say the 1940’s and 50’s since Carver was born in 1938 and died at age 50 even though they were written in the 1970’s and 1980’s The stories have acuired a patina of uaintness from that era boys on bikes going fishing in the local creek; door to door

  6. says:

    Murakami on Carver I've never read so many stories about divorcees unhappy marriages or relationships dysfunctional families and alcoholics Carver's writing was incredibly real and this collection will definitely stay in my memory I'll be picking this up again down the track and maybe I will connect with it on a deeper level as I catch up to the ages of the characters whom are generally older than 30I'd been

  7. says:

    275 This book includes the best stories from other collections including What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Choosing this sweeping collection of over 3 dozen stories as an introduction to Carver was a mistake Carver is known f

  8. says:

    Miles Davis once said when asked why he played such minimalist modal melodies when his contemporaries were going for the fevered manic sound of be bop I try to only play the notes that matterThat's Raymond Carver Sparse deceptively simple and c

  9. says:

    I'm Callin' From Where? And everything you love starts to disappearThe devil takes your hand and says no fear'H

  10. says:

    Obliuity ellipses define Carver's minimal prose It's a threadbare style that doesn't give you much to chew on but somehow it captures the threadbare lives scattered across these stories perfectly There's sadness