by William Trevor
Paperback, 567 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $18 | purchase
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Forty-eight short stories by the author that span more than half a century and that illuminate the human condition.
September 29, 2011 Jonathan Franzen's much-discussed Freedom arrives in paperback, along with selected stories from William Trevor and a new Rick Bass novel set in 1950s Nashville. In nonfiction, Nelson Mandela opens the archives to his past, and Ian Frazier explores Siberia.
This undated photo shows William Trevor, author of Cheating at Canasta, Love and Summer and other collections and novels.
January 10, 2011 William Trevor has been writing for more than 50 years and has won more literary awards than we have time to list. A volume of selected stories has recently been published, and Fresh Air's book critic Maureen Corrigan has an appreciation.
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