Novemberfest by Theodore Weesner

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Forty years after falling in love as a seventeen-year-old soldier with Germany and a beautiful married woman, a professor at a New Hampshire college relives his youth, reexamines his life, and tries to recapture his lost enthusiasm. 10,000 first printing.

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Theodore Weesner, born in Flint, Michigan, is aptly described as “Writers’ Writer” by the larger literary community. His short works have been published in the New Yorker, Esquire, Saturday Evening Post, Atlantic Monthly, and Best American Short Stories. His novels, including The True Detective, Winning the City, and Harbor Light, have been published to great critical acclaim in the New York Times, Washington Post, Harper’s, Boston Globe, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Boston Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times to name a few. He is currently writing his memoir, two new novels, and an adaptation of his widely praised novel—retitled Winning the City Redux—also to be published by Astor + Blue Editions. He lives and works in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Published November 15, 1994 by Knopf. 386 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A hopeless romantic, Glen clings to the memory of his army service: The unworldly 17-year-old kid from Michigan was stationed during the early years of the Allied occupation in West Germany, where he had a torrid affair with an older, married German woman who opened his eyes to the wonders of lov...

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