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The Boys' House: New & Selected Stories
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HEYNEN
9780873514385 02
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The Boys' House: New & Selected Stories - These sixty-five sharply honed stories, selected by the author from more than twenty years of work, showcase Jim Heynen's equal mastery of terse, elegant prose and old-style country wit and wisdom. Every tale is an unerring slice from the lives of a group of farm boys, each full of mischief and witness to the world's tiny miracles. As uniquely American as Mark Twain or Sherwood Anderson, Heynen's stories of the boys are ribald fun but, like all good country tales, they are also filled with surprises and unexpected, deeper implications.

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These sixty-five sharply honed stories, selected by the author from more than twenty years of work, showcase Jim Heynen's equal mastery of terse, elegant prose and old-style country wit and wisdom. Every tale is an unerring slice from the lives of a group of farm boys, each full of mischief and witness to the world's tiny miracles. As uniquely American as Mark Twain or Sherwood Anderson, Heynen's stories of the boys are ribald fun but, like all good country tales, they are also filled with surprises and unexpected, deeper implications.

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