These seven stories, set in the rural South and West, delve beneath the surface of ordinary lives, revealing their foibles and idiosyncracies. For example, an old deaf woman is kidnapped by a stranger whom she takes to the devil, and a money-grubbing man meets a woman no less hard than himself.
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"Her stories have the special power, which usually belongs to poetry, of haunting the mind."--"Time"About the Author:
Cecil Dawkins, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, now lives in New Mexico. In addition to "The Quiet Enemy," she is the author of two novels, "The Live Goat" and "Charleyhorse," and a play, "The Displaced Person," which is based on stories by Flannery O'Connor. Her stories have appeared in the "Georgia Review," "Paris Review," "Sewanee Review," and other literary magazines.
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140080112
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