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All The Voices Cry (Paperback)

Author:  Alice Petersen
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1926845528
ISBN-13: 9781926845524
Sku: 225058278
Publish Date: 5/22/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.75L x 0.5T
Pages:  160
 
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?Alice Petersen writes as eloquently about the natural world as she does about the world of human emotion and desire. This is a wise and impressive collection of stories.??David Bezmozgis, author of The Free World||Alice Petersen's All the Voices Cry is masterful and potent?incredibly satisfying for a reader.|? Kathleen Winter, author of Annabel||An academic's wife, struggling to keep up with her husband's quest to find a long-dead author's Tahitian love-garden, realizes that her own idea of paradise no longer includes her husband. An architect dreams of slender redheads, Champlain's astrolabe, and a brush with mortality?and finds at least the latter at Danseuses 7 Jours. An elderly man boards a trans-Pacific flight in an attempt to elude the prediction of a psychic, only to understand too late how the prophecy has shaped his actions.||In All the Voices Cry, modern life collides with all the old pushes and pulls: city and country, the global and the local, the ideal and the real. Petersen's characters chase the mirage of escape, and are brought up hard by reality. This is a book rooted in landscape, tangled in the brambles of personal history, and it introduces in Alice Petersen a wondrous new voice that is yours to discover.|||Alice Petersen is a writer and critic whose work has been shortlisted for numerous Canadian prizes and awards. She was born in New Zealand and now lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.

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