Genius of Hunger (Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction) ebook
by Diane Goodman
This book is a collection of stories of women connected physically by their presence in grocery stores and .
This book is a collection of stories of women connected physically by their presence in grocery stores and metaphorically by their hunger. The hunger is a play on words - it is really hunger for true companionship, honesty, love, understanding, psychic relief, life. And it does bring genius in its own way as these women learn to cope. Not only cope, but become wiser and more self realized than before life beat them around. This is not a sad book.
Genius of Hunger (Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction). Wondering if this author has other books, I discovered that she was/is a professor who also published on social justice. 0887483607 (ISBN13: 9780887483608). Her short stories have been published elsewhere. She is also the author of The Plated Heart, similar theme.
Series: Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction. Paperback: 155 pages. In this collection of short stories, Delaney reminds us of the real world. The real world is the world that is slower, quieter, humbler, and grimmer. Publisher: Carnegie-Mellon University Press (January 29, 2000). The real world is most often about day-by-day existence where the smallest, most taken-for granted things are often the most important.
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