Dreaming of Apples in Eden explores the world of everyday people quielty struggling to understand and gain control over their lives in the flux of modern America. The characters are stripped of their stereotypes, exposiong their idiosyncrasies, their aspirations, their convictions, and their contradictions. Yet with a fine touch, Weedman treats his characters with respect and compassion, and when they fall, they are able to stand and endure. These stories are poignant, funny, a little strange, and deceptively simple. They offer a vision of hope and resonate long after your're through with them.
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Published October 16, 2000
Literature & Fiction.