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Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find”

O’Connor’s deft dialog transitions In “A Good Man is Hard to Find” beleaguered Bailey and his wife take their young family, eight-year-old son John Wesley, daughter June Star, their small baby, and finally, Bailey’s mother on a road trip for … Continue reading

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Anton Chekhov’s Journey From Vignettes to Masterpieces

A Study in tone, point of view, and structure Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) was one of the most prolific short story writers of all time and is regarded as one of the originators of the form. In the course of a … Continue reading

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IndieReader Review of Indian Summer and Other Stories

  Reprinted from IndieReader.com INDIAN SUMMER AND OTHER STORIES is a series of subtle remembrances, drawn by a deft hand, suggesting the world is at sixes and sevens normally, not on that rare and odd day. Author Fred Bubbers’ life … Continue reading

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