- Author:Ann Cummins
- Publisher:Mariner; First Edition edition (April 7, 2003)
- Pages:179 pages
- Subcategory:Short Stories & Anthologies
- FB2 format1911 kb
- ePUB format1718 kb
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Ann Cummins sets most of the twelve stories in her debut collection, RED ANT HOUSE, in small desert . Ann Cummins is fantastic! I read the title story in McSweeney's and then flipped when I found out about this collection.
Ann Cummins sets most of the twelve stories in her debut collection, RED ANT HOUSE, in small desert towns and reservation communities that dot the American Southwest -- locales surrounded by "miles and miles of sand" and not much else. Her stories, mostly concerning working class folk, are both tender and brutal. the OilCan highly recommends.
Red ant house : stories, Ann Cummins, p. c. The first time I saw this girl she was standing at the bottom of the coal pile. I thought she was a little wrinkled dwarf woman, with her sucked-in cheeks and pointed chin. She had narrow legs and yellow eyes. cm. A Manner original. Contents: Red ant house-Trapeze-The shiprock fair-Blue fly-Where I work-Crazy. War is a voice on the phone-The hypnotist’s Starburst-Billy by the bay. ISBN 0-618-26925-8. 1. Southwestern States-Social life and customs-Fiction. They had just moved into the old Perino house on West 2nd. This was the red ant house.
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Again and again, Ann Cummins generates imagery of white-hot intensity and pushes the limits of both the human spirit and the short story form.
Again and again, Ann Cummins generates imagery of white-hot intensity and pushes the limits of both the human spirit and the short story form. Gritty, seductive, and always daring, this unforgettable collection puts forth a haunting new vision of hope and heartache in contemporary America and confirms the arrival of an important new voice.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Denis Johnson meets Flannery OConnor in this luminous collection of short stories about the collision of cultures, genders, and generations in the American Southwest.
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Hypnotic short stories of life in the Southwest that emanate suspense, inspiring page-turning tension (The Washington. Remove from Wishlist. Or, get it for 6400 Kobo Super Points!
Ann Cummins is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Arizona writing programs. She is the author of Red Ant House, a San Francisco Chronicle bestseller and Best Book of the Year.
Ann Cummins is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Arizona writing programs. The recipient of a Lannan fellowship, she divides her time between Oakland, California, where she lives with her husband, and Flagstaff, Arizona, where she teaches creative writing at Northern Arizona University
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