Passing Through by Leon V. Driskell
(Bright Leaf Short Fiction)

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Special Algonquin 10th Anniversary Edition. Set in the farmland of Owen County, Kentucky, PASSING THROUGH achieves that remarkable intimacy all fiction strives for. We watch the family of Pearl Thirwell White--"Mama Pearl"--move from comedy through tragedy, from bickering and broken hearts through generosity and love, until we are no longer guests in Pearl's kitchen or at her table. Soon we are family ourselves. "PASSING THROUGH is hilarious, but it's also poignant and deeply moving in the strangest ways."--Bobbie Ann Mason, author of FEATHER CROWNS.
 

About Leon V. Driskell

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Leon Driskell lives in Louisville, Kentucky, and teaches creative writing at the University of Louisville. He is a recipient of Prairie Schooner magazine's Lawrence Award. Three chapters from Passing Through, published as stories, have been named as distinguished stories of the year in Best American Short Stories.
 
Published January 10, 1993 by Algonquin Books. 239 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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