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The wives are left behind, and with few jobs and fewer opportunities they drink, brawl, sleep around, and gradually make new lives knowing their husbands are never coming back. Shot through with magic and brimming with humanity, it is a novel for any … weiterlesen
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Titel: Please Don't Come Back from the Moon
Autor/en: Dean Bakopoulos

ISBN: 0552773174
EAN: 9780552773171
Sprache: Englisch.
Transworld Publishers Ltd

30. Januar 2006 - kartoniert - 320 Seiten

Beschreibung

The wives are left behind, and with few jobs and fewer opportunities they drink, brawl, sleep around, and gradually make new lives knowing their husbands are never coming back. Shot through with magic and brimming with humanity, it is a novel for anyone who has even been left longing.

Portrait

Dean Bakopoulos is a former bookseller, and has published fiction is Zoetrope and other journals. In 2004 he was named one of America's best new novel writers by Virginia Quarterly. He lives in Wisconsin.

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"'Families, heartbreak, political and social comedy - there is little that Dean Bakopoulos doesn't grasp in an articulate, wittily perceptive, and soulful way, before he hands it back to the reader as literary art. Please Don't Come Back from the Moon is an original and brilliant first work of fiction'" -- Lorrie Moore, Author Of Birds Of America "'Please Don't Come Back from the Moon is a pitch-perfect debut by a fine young novelist. Dean Bakopoulos makes his indelible mark on the coming-of-age novel'" -- Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Of A Good Scent From A Strange Mountain "'Deftly welding magic realism with social satire, Bakopoulos captures the dark side of the working-class dream'" New York Times "'A delightful debut novel. In it a combination of different ingredients, including raw literary talent and a sprinkling of magical realism, form the kind of story that I suspect people will be talking about in book clubs and sharing with neighbors... clever, unusual and exciting'" Washington Post
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