Last Notes by Tamas Dobozy
And Other Stories

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In the tradition of Aleksandar Hemon's The Question of Bruno and David Bezmozgis's Natasha, a stunning debut collection of short fiction that nails with deadpan irony the dislocations of exile and the disconnects of daily life.

About Tamas Dobozy

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Dobozy was born in Nanaimo, B.C., and has spent much of his life on the West Coast of Canada, in Powell River, Victoria, and Vancouver. He teaches full time in the Department of English Language and Literature at Memorial University.
Published January 1, 2005 by HARPERCOLLINS. 192 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The 10 first-person stories of Dobozy's debut, remarkable for their psychological and emotional complexity, yearn to make sense of eccentric and opaque behavior, sometimes by engaging in it.

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