The Start of Something by Stuart Dybek
The Selected Stories of Stuart Dybek by Stuart Dybek (2016-11-03)

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In the end it’s disappointing. The narrative voice of the story “Paper Lantern”, for example, promises so much: wisdom, kindness, engagement with gender politics, the long view as taken from a tenderly realised Chinese restaurant. It may be startling to be whisked from this cosy spot to a curious series of events involving cars...
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Published January 1, 2000 by Simon & Schuster.
Genres: Parenting & Relationships.
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Reviewed by Kate Clanchy on Nov 17 2016

In the end it’s disappointing. The narrative voice of the story “Paper Lantern”, for example, promises so much: wisdom, kindness, engagement with gender politics, the long view as taken from a tenderly realised Chinese restaurant. It may be startling to be whisked from this cosy spot to a curious series of events involving cars...

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