Collected Stories of Deborah Eisenberg

The Collected Stories of Deborah Eisenberg. 2010 Picador Paperback Original, later printing, 980 pages. Eisenberg is a short-story writer who has published consistently for four decades. According to a NYT article in 2018: "Eisenberg has somehow managed to produce one of the most original and accomplished bodies of work in contemporary literature. With the exception of a play, a book about the painter Jennifer Bartlett and a handful of critical essays, her output consists entirely of short stories, and yet as a portraitist and interpreter of the moral and political chaos of American life she is the equal of any novelist of the past 30 years." This collections includes her previous seven books.

Condition: Good used copy

"In the broad marshes between waking and sleep, where Rosie used to watch pictures fold and unfold like flowers, she is now plagued by visitors."

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