Family Dancing: Stories
An astonishing collection of short stories--set deep in the twisted heart of middle class America--from one of America's most promising and highly acclaimed young writers. Leavitt lays bare the terrible lies of love and pain that bind us all in this "astounding collection of short stories".--New York Times. Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hansel714 - LibraryThing
Uneven mix of quality of short stories. Running themes; seems that some characters appear time and again. However, at the end of the short stories, one is left not knowing what exactly Leavitt is trying to say. Read full review
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