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Nothing But You: Love Stories from the New Yorkerby Roger Angell (editor)
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Raymond Carver, Alice Munro, John Updike, Gabriel García Márquez, Mavis Gallant, Julian Barnes, Michael Chabon, Jamaica Kincaid, John O'Hara, Muriel Spark, Ann Beattie, and William Maxwell are among the contributors to Nothing But You: Love Stories from The New Yorker--assembled by Roger Angell, senior editor at The New Yorker. This is the first fiction anthology in more than three decades from the magazine that has defined the American short story for almost a century. As noteworthy for its range as for its excellence, Nothing But You features a stunning array of present and past masters writing about love in all its varieties, from the classic love story to dislocated narratives of weird modern romance. Taken separately, these stories suggest the infinite variety of the human heart. Taken together, they are a literary milestone, a comprehensive review of the way we live and love now.
"Marvelous, memorable." The New York Times
"You'll surely be touched, charmed, moved, amused, bemused, intellectually engaged and emotionally charged by these disparate tales of desperate loves, earthy lusts, ethereal longings, unsettled lives." The Philadelphia Inquirer
"A wonderful opportunity to feast upon the stories of a most talented group of writers." The Seattle Times
"A varied assembly of accomplished tales, and a reminder of the perception and skill possessed by several generations of The New Yorker's fiction editors." Kirkus Reviews
The bestselling, critically acclaimed anthology of stories on the theme of love, culled from the pages of The New Yorker "--the magazine that has defined American short fiction for almost a century."
About the Author
Roger Angell has been a fiction editor at The New Yorker for more than forty years and is one of the most acclaimed baseball writers in the country.
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