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lake and other stories

Gianni Gini

lake and other stories

by Gianni Gini

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Published by G. Fiocchi in Milano .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGianni Gini ; translated by Marie Weston.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ
The Physical Object
Pagination110 p. ;
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21140822M

Holly23 I wouldn't think to give it to a ten year old, but agree with Carrie and Ingrid that there is nothing offensive. On the other hand, this book reminded more I wouldn't think to give it to a ten year old, but agree with Carrie and Ingrid that there is nothing offensive. On the other hand, this book reminded me of an excellent read for that age, Gone-Away Lake by Elizabeth Enright/5.   The History and Legends of Lake Ronkonkoma, the Princess Curse and Other Stories; A Lifeguard’s View, discusses the history and the folklore of Long Island’s largest lake. It builds a strong case for the Princess legend. The author consulted professional opinions, Pages:

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"The Lake" is another of the stories which exhibits Bradbury's strong affinity for the carnival. Here he describes the summer's end as if it were nailed into a series of coffins in traditional sideshow fashion. The merry-go-round's music is the wind, and the lake water is . Lake is fine without his other half. Really. While everyone around him find theirs, he's okay with not even finding a trace of his. When the guy fated to be the love of his life stumbles into Lake's life, he never figured he'd be playing with fire. Quite literally.


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Lake Stories and Other Tales brings us snippets of genuine life, shared through story and poetry. Readers will enjoy this collection a bit at a time or all in one sitting. It works lake and other stories book ways. The book captures observations that most overlook or accept without notice/5(4).

About the Author. Boyle is the author of eleven novels, including World's End (winner of the PEN/FaulknerAward), Drop City (a New York Times bestseller and finalist for the National Book Award), and The Inner Circle. His most recent story collections are Tooth and Claw /5(10).

It was almost a lifetime ago when H.E. Bates wrote A Month by the Lake and Other stories. Perhaps, his writing is a little dated. However, I just love his use of metaphors. For example when Bates has Major Wilshaw describe Ms. Bentley as having "a mustardy sense of /5(9).

Lake Stories and Other Tales book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Comic, heartfelt, and mysterious, these stories charm t /5. About Greasy Lake and Other Stories.

Mythic and realistic, farcical and tragic, The Washington Post Book World says these masterful stories mark T. Coraghessan Boyle‘s development from “a prodigy’s audacity to something that packs even more of a wallop: mature artistry.” They cover everything, from a terrifying encounter between a bunch of suburban adolescents and a murderous, drug-dealing biker.

It is a short (15 tales in all) but powerful output and as Jim Rockhill states in his preface to the book one can only wonder what might have been had Leman produced more. In a review of his book in Newman and Jones' "Another Best Horror" the person (whose name escapes me) gives Leman the award of "best horror writer no one has ever heard of."5/5(8).

Launching PEOPLE YOU'VE BEEN BEFORE. August 1, Home. Contact Us. Unfortunately I did not care for the rest of the stories in the book.

Perhaps with the exception of the story called "Sergeant Carmichael" which also is a I bought this book since I wanted to read the story "A month by the lake" after discovering that the film by the same name, is indeed based on this short story by Herbert E. Bates/5. The Lake, the River & the Other Lake: A Novel was an enjoyable novel that I read for my Michigan brews and books book club.

We had a rousing discussion about the book, especially certain very memorable scenes involving an old man's newly discovered internet pornography addiction/5.

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A Month by the Lake & Other Stories displays Bates's 4/5(1). Greasy Lake & Other Stories T. Coraghessan Boyle, Author Penguin Books $16 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. THE INNER CIRCLE. Just like every day at the lake, the ducks were waking up to the first rays of sun bouncing off the water and bringing glorious colour to all the beautiful vegetation around there.

Dory, for that was the name of the strongest little duck in the lake, was helping the other little ducks as well as getting her children some at the lake was an oasis of peace. Greasy Lake and Other Stories was first published in The main characters in the stories are, according to Larry McCaffery, "typically lusty, exuberant dreamers whose wildly inflated ambitions lead them into a series of hilarious, often disastrous adventures."Author: T.

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