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Among Sisters

Short stories by woman writers

Twenty stories by “superior” American, British, and Irish women writers (including Joyce Carol Oates, Joy Williams, Ann Beattie, Mary Robison, and Alice Walker) about the unique relationship of sisters. Sometimes their shared memories are radically different for each one, as in Alice Munro’s astonishing “The Progress of Love,” where one woman remembers her mother’s suicide attempt as serious and the other remembers it as a joke.

“Outstanding.”  “An inspiring exposition”  with “a subtle momentum.”- Publishers Weekly

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