A Citizen of the World by Maclin Bocock

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Fiction. Like the writers Harriet Doerr and Penelope Fitzgerald, Maclin Bocock has been quietly honing her craft for many years. Spanning over half a century, this collection introduces readers to Bocock's powerfully assured and accomplished short fiction. These are stories of courageous women facing crises of identity, opression, and betrayal.

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Published June 15, 1999 by Zoland Books. 246 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In her introduction to this striking collection of short fiction, Alice Hoffman describes Bocock as a writer who ""has long been admired by other writers."" The novella and 12 finely wrought stories offered here (five previously published by John Daniel in Heaven Lies About) prove Bocock has been...

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