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Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Author:
    Randy J. Hendericks
  • ISBN:
    0865548390
  • ISBN13:
    978-0865548398
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  • Publisher:
    Mercer University Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2003)
  • Pages:
    164 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Short Stories & Anthologies
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Book:In his powerful debut collection Twelfth Year and Other Stories, Randy Hendricks paints each of his characters with a few meticulous strokes.

ISBN13: 9780865548398.

He is the author of Lonelier Than God: Robert Penn Warren and the Southern Exile and of the short story collection The Twelfth Year and Other Times. James A. Perkins is professor of English at Westminster College.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. He is the author of Lonelier Than God: Robert Penn Warren and the Southern Exile and of the short story collection The Twelfth Year and Other Times. He is the author of The Cass Mastern Material: The Core of Robert Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men and of the short story collection Snakes, Butterbeans and the Discovery of Electricity.

Randy Hendricks is professor of English at the State University of West Georgia. Exile and of the short story collection The Twelfth Year and Other Times. He is the author of The Cass Mastern Material: The Core of Robert Penn Warren s All the King s Men and of the short story collection Snakes, Butterbeans and the Discovery of Electricity.

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In his powerful debut collection Twelfth Year and Other Times, Randy Hendricks paints each of his characters with a few meticulous strokes. Characters in search of identity, in search of the right path, in search of answers, drive each story and the questions each poses. In "The Stove," Joby Johnson must contend with the weight of his own pride and the questions it raises about who he is and who he wants to be. Sitting in a hospital waiting room, Caleb Vance must confront his own regrets as he looks back on his wife and their life together in the story "D & C." The narrator of "Ruins" moves us through his search for the real man behind his grandfather and the real man behind himself, seeking in his memories what he could not find in the actual experiences themselves.

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The book exceeded my expectations.
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Short stories, I am sad to say, seem to be a thing of the past; a medium of entertainment that has been washed ashore and grounded by wave after wave of reality shows, video games, and other mindless forms of amusement. Though its golden age may be gone, the short story isn't dead just yet...

Randy Hendricks is an absolute master of the written word, his stories in this collection strike the bitter sweet chord of long lost nostalgia and the carefree days of barefooted childhood when all was right with the world and no dark thought hung in the mind for more than a moment. His skill with prose is nothing short of expert wordsmithery, and the descriptions he gives us of time and place rank right up there with the best American authors.

In short, this is a thinking man's book. Brilliantly woven tales of the human condition and the frailties and strengths of the human heart. Randy Hendricks' work follows along the poignant and somberly poetic vein of the late Robert Penn Warren: intensely thought provoking and unmistakably Southern.

It would come as no surprise to see this book taught in college American Lit. classes some day.