A treasure of American letters, Lydia Davis pens fiction that defies classification. By turns funny, poignant, absurd, and everything in between, the short stories found in her collected works are marvels of the form. Included in this second volume are "The Letter," "Extracts from a Life," "The House Plans," "The Brother-in-Law," "How W.H. Auden Spends the Night in a Friend's House," "Mothers," "In a House Besieged," and "Visit to Her Husband."
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by Lydia Davis
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