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Fiction. Winner of the G. S. Sharat Chandra Prize for Short Fiction, selected by Stuart Dybek. Benaron's stories cover a remarkable range of themes and conflicts, including family relationships, genocide in Rwanda and Europe, the American Jewish experience, women's experience in traditionally male fields, and such challenges as mental illness and physical mortality. Yet beFiction. Winner of the G. S. Sharat Chandra Prize for Short Fiction, selected by Stuart Dybek. Benaron's stories cover a remarkable range of themes and conflicts, including family relationships, genocide in Rwanda and Europe, the American Jewish experience, women's experience in traditionally male fields, and such challenges as mental illness and physical mortality. Yet beyond its deft depictions of conflict, Benaron's stories offer the reader a wide range of hope, humor, pathos, and literary transformation. "Naomi Benaron is fearless. Her work shines a light into the darkest corners of human existence and, in doing so, helps us both bear witness to atrocity and find hope and healing"--Gayle Brandeis....

Title : Love Letters from a Fat Man
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ISBN : 9781886157606
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 232 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Love Letters from a Fat Man Reviews

  • I-Ching
    2019-03-21 05:57

    Three stories in and I was falling in love with this book. Five stories in, and I have to pause to breathe, reflect and swoon. Wildly original and diverse, each story has been a bittersweet gem. I am trying to slow down my reading in order to savor the words.

  • serena
    2019-04-01 03:49

    fabulous collection of short stories

  • Dodi Benaron
    2019-04-18 09:06

    Loved these wonderful stories.

  • Karen
    2019-03-30 03:07

    Unique and captivating collection of stories.

  • Katerina Klemer
    2019-04-04 09:42

    Truly excellent writing. The style reminds me of Nabokov in the way that it reads like pure poetry in places. Well done, Naomi!