THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Stories that are jeweled windows into characters

By Ann Harleman
October 5, 2008

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Yesterday's Weather By Anne Enright Grove, 308 pp., $24 Writers who divide their creative time between novels and short stories have long debated the difference between them. Up to now, I've favored the idea that the short story writer knows her destination from the outset, while the novelist sets out to explore unknown terrain. But Anne Enright turns that distinction ... (Full article: 855 words)

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