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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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Doomed Couples

In 1960, Philip Roth’s Goodbye, Columbus won the National Book Award.  The title story of the collection is a novella that tells of the doomed romance between Neil Klugman, a recent college graduate who works in a library and lives … Continue reading

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