Lovesong for the Giant Contessa by Steven Tye Culbert

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A man looks back on one summer in his boyhood in a sleepy, dusty, hot town on the Gulf of Mexico, a summer spent working at a restaurant and roaming the highways with his friend, the son of junk dealers. IP. "

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Published April 1, 1997 by Four Walls Eight Windows. 224 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It's impossible to conclude whether she is a spiritual guide or merely the offspring of ""a normal schoolteacher mom who made a mistake."" She is Will's fixation, and his glimpse of her provokes a freakish parade of extras, the whole weird population of a place trapped in time and captured in cri...

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