Life Among the Savages by Shirley Jackson

Life Among the Savages by Shirley Jackson. 1959 Popular Library edition, 252 pages.  Jackson wrote both gothic/horror/witchy fiction as well as women's magazine-ready articles about raising children. Her short story The Lottery is iconic in its deadpan portrayal of a New England stoning. The critic's praise came posthumously. Life Among the Savages was a bestselling domestic memoir told in short-story form.

Condition: VG

"The house is old, and noisy, and full."

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