Reasons to Live: Stories by

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Harper Collins, 20. j˙l. 1995 - 144 sÝ­ur
Hempel's now-classic collection of short fiction is peopled by complex characters who have discovered that their safety nets are not dependable and who must now learn to balance on the threads of wit, irony, and spirit.

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Ums÷gn notanda  - andrewreads - LibraryThing

The writing in this collection is so simple, lacking any sense of pretension, but at the same time it's 100% moving and memorable and wonderful. "Nashville Gone to Ashes"; "Beg, Sl Tog, Inc, Cont, Rep ... Read full review

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Ums÷gn notanda  - blanderson - LibraryThing

Some brilliant stories, and some that suffered from Hempel's clipped style. Hempel's one fault is that her stories come across formulaic and overly constructed. The thoughts and sentences are ... Read full review


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