Yates, Richard Liars in Love

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Liars in Love

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The stories in Liars in Love are concerned with troubled relations and the elusive nature of truth. Whether it be in the depiction of the complications of divorced families, grown-up daughters, estranged sisters, office friendships or fleeting love affairs, the pieces in this collection showcase Richard Yates's extraordinary gift for observation and his understanding of human frailty.

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"Richard Yates is a writer of commanding gifts: an astonishing skill and robust intelligence. His prose is urbane yet sensitive, with passion and irony held deftly in balance." (Saturday Review)

"Richard Yates stands today as America's finest realistic novelist" (The Boston Globe)

"Yates is a realist par excellence. Read and weep" (Kate Atkinson)

"The most perceptive author of the twentieth century...A magnificent writer" (The Times)

"One of the greatest American novelists of the twentieth century" (Sunday Telegraph)

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A beautiful collection of Yates's most extraordinary short stories

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