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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Edward Falco
  • ISBN:
    0268006466
  • ISBN13:
    978-0268006464
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  • Publisher:
    University of Notre Dame Press; 1 edition (February 15, 1996)
  • Pages:
    202 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Acid: Winner Richard Sullivan Prize Short Fict. This collection of short stories is the second from Edward Falco

Acid: Winner Richard Sullivan Prize Short Fict. This collection of short stories is the second from Edward Falco. It takes its name from the view of one of the characters - The world is like a mask that acid burns away. Falco aims to unmask the difficult truths that engage us at the deepest levels of our being.

Acid (Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, 1996). However, what I found most interesting about Acid is that the anxieties and paranoia of the late 80's and early 90's (the book was published in 1996) are not dissimilar to the issues that we're facing today

Acid (Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, 1996). 0268006466 (ISBN13: 9780268006464). However, what I found most interesting about Acid is that the anxieties and paranoia of the late 80's and early 90's (the book was published in 1996) are not dissimilar to the issues that we're facing today.

This collection of short stories is the second from Edward Falco. In this award-winning collection of short stories Edward Falco narrates the lives and times of our contemporaries, characters off the dizzying streets of end of the century America

This collection of short stories is the second from Edward Falco. In this award-winning collection of short stories Edward Falco narrates the lives and times of our contemporaries, characters off the dizzying streets of end of the century America.

A collection of prize-winning short stories from the author of The Family Corleone

A collection of prize-winning short stories from the author of The Family Corleone. Whether writing about a 22-year-old Wisconsin boy in London who's having misgivings about becoming a drug smuggler, or an aging actor trying to seduce his friend's wife, Falco's stories are always interested in the choices his characters make and in the inevitable consequences of those choices

Having already won the Richard Sullivan Prize for Short Fiction, this collection of 13 short stories should earn the author of Plato at Scratch Daniel's and the novel Winter in Florida further recognition.

Having already won the Richard Sullivan Prize for Short Fiction, this collection of 13 short stories should earn the author of Plato at Scratch Daniel's and the novel Winter in Florida further recognition. Falco creates nearly perfect short stories filled with interesting characters and wonderfully dramatic situations. Three stand out: First is the title story, about Jerome, a married man whose stability is founded on a violent, drug-filled past

Informationen zum Titel Acid von Edward Falco aus der Reihe The Richard Sullivan prize in short fiction Acid (Richard Sullivan Prize for Short Fiction). The Richard Sullivan prize in short fiction.

Informationen zum Titel Acid von Edward Falco aus der Reihe The Richard Sullivan prize in short fiction Acid (Richard Sullivan Prize for Short Fiction).

Acid (Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction).

His short story collection Sabbath Night in the Church of the Piranha: New .

His short story collection Sabbath Night in the Church of the Piranha: New and Selected Stories was released in 2005  . Acid won the 1995 Richard Sullivan Prize from the University of Notre Dame and was a finalist for The Patterson Prize.

Gathers thirteen stories of people caught between the normal and the lure of the forbidden, including "Radon," "Ax," and "Acid"