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My feelings towards this story are incredibly similar to my feelings on “Consummation”. I feel like it has a lot of conflict, drama, and interesting language going on, but I dont’ quite understand why. The length of the story obviously gives it more of an opportunity to divulge information, yet I don’t think it truly […]

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There are a lot of interesting things happening in Rivecca’s stories. I have a hard time differentiating them from one another, but she writes in a way that informs the reader unlike nearly any other stories I’ve ever read. This story is particularly interesting as it immediately introduces the story in second person, however, slowly […]

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Here are the books we’re reading: Ron Rash, Burning Bright: Stories Suzanne Rivecca, Death Is Not an Option: Stories Lee Smith, Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger  

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