Signs of Devotion by Maxine Chernoff

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A new collection of short stories from the author of Bop contains twenty tales permeated with such themes and motifs as characters searching for signs of acceptance and the truths revealed in a shared look, or an offhand remark.

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Chernoff is professor of creative writing at San Francisco State University
Published August 6, 1993 by Simon & Schuster. 224 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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And in the title story, a wife having an affair decides to tell her husband (also having an affair) that she knows of his affair and doesn't care--that is, unless the husband responds by telling her she's generous, in which case ``I'll ask him to leave.

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