by Morris Lurie
208 pages HB
This is Morris Lurie's tenth collection of stories.
Some of these stories have been previously published in
The Australian Jewish News, Meanjin and Westerly.
A son falls out of bed. A father belittles and mocks. One weak. The other strong. End of story. Or is it? Find out when you read A picture of my father, falling.
And in the longest story, Hergesheimer holds court,
where a father wakes in nightmare of dumb denial, his unconscious holding court, the theme finds its strongest establishment: the child in full glory, defining its existence, conjuring the world.
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