Nothing But You by New Yorker Magazine
Love Stories from The New Yorker

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A landmark anthology of fiction on the theme of love from the magazine that has defined the American short story for almost a century. Not all the stories gathered here have love or romance as their sole and central focus. But, taken together, they dramatize how affairs of the heart affect--permeate--every other aspect of our lives. Illustrations throughout. 448 pp. National ads. 25,000 print.

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ROGER ANGELL is a writer and fiction editor with the New Yorker. He lives in New York. STEVE KETTMANN has covered baseball for the San Francisco Chronicle and other publications. He lives in Berlin.
Published January 21, 1997 by Random House. 471 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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typically bleak, idiosyncratic stories by Raymond Carver (``Blackbird Pie'') and Mary Robison (``Yours''), as well as some impressive work by much younger writers, including Mary Gaitskill (``The Nice Restaurant,'' one of her best stories), Mary Grimm (``We''), and Alice Elliot Dark (``In the Glo...

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