Revenge of Underwater Man by Jarda Cervenka
(Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction)

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In this collection of short stories, the author takes readers from Chocu, the remotest jungle region of Colombia, to the infamous site of the Golden Triangle in Thailand, stopping along the way in Prague's Lesser Town, a village bar in Kamikawa, and Minneapolis.
 

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Published May 1, 2000 by Univ of Notre Dame Pr. 123 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Covering much ground in few pages, Cervenka's globe-trotting collection of 14 stories, winner of the 1999 Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, leaps from New Guinea to Alaska to Africa. Some of th

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Covering much ground in few pages, Cervenka's globe-trotting collection of 14 stories, winner of the 1999 Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, leaps from New Guinea to Alaska to Africa. Some of th

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He ultimately determines that he is a ""specialist in two subspecialties: the sporting life and living in many houses."" In ""The Killing of He-Who-Is-Without-Shadow,"" a tale of an Inuit polar bear hunt, Cervenka (Mal D'Afrique) tries for the elevated, mythical quality of a folk tale, with mixed...

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