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And that’s a shame. Tangling with the ludicrous and challenging the familiar, these small masterpieces provide piercing and hilarious insights into human idiosyncrasies. This is relahos, so the friends decide to make a par The stories vary from very strange-and-funny to strange-without-the-funny. I like how the stories are all short and can be read easily in one sitting.

Anyway, this was both better and worse than I expected.

Although he continued to take classes untilhe never received a degree. My favorite things were usually the most despised upon first discovery.

The new landlord gives you and your neighbors a new month-to-month lease. It takes me a beat to get past the shock of the new. Maybe our narrator is even a regular reader of the New Yorker. Return to Book Page.

Is the experimental writer necessarily postmodern? Refresh and try again. There is a secret sigh that we sigh, bartbelme. Each story feels barthelmf bit like it’s an experiment for an experiment’s sake and they don’t have enough real connection to the reader or a real human kind of existence sort of thing.

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The language jangled my brain in a good way, the way Shakespeare or jazz might, and whenever I put the book down, there would be a smile, or at the least an evil grin, on my face.

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Lots of fear and trembling, to be sure. His dialog is terrific.

We sense our narrator on the cusp of a little Carver country male rage when he reflects how he can see himself walking all over their subdivision hunting down his damn runaway terrier, a little brown dog named Michael, a possibly rabid dog, a dog that might even have bitten someone in the subdivision. I like how they take me to a unique place every time, a world which I might have never been exposed to.

Is all art pretentious by definition? Open Preview See a Problem? As a collection, it’s really uneven; some stories I could only read a paragraph or two before frantically paging through to the next one, whereas others I actually re-re Usually when I find a pile of books in a box on the sidewalk it’s filled with junk books, like self-help finance twaddle and new-age crap about death and terrible pop fiction.

Apr 06, Doug Campbell rated it really liked it. Again, a pleasure to read. Where these Magic pension customer contacted me to help at your Home money it had. The story ends here on an upbeat one of the advantages of drinking Chablis instead of beer, perhaps? Forty Stories is not an easy book to get through reading lightly. It is a companion volume to his “Sixty Stories” that I haven’t yet read, but definitely will. May a good wind blow him to hell.


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The peices feel familiar, rather than new; they feel steady, rather than subversive; they feel, in the end, less like the Brathelme I read ten years ago when I first discovered him, than I wanted them to. He sits in his second-floor den at his desk at five-thirty in the morning, reltos out the window at the joggers, worrying, worrying about Joanna jamming a kitchen knife into an electric socket or worrying about Joanna eating her crayons, all the time smoking and drinking Relahos Chablis.

Our second secret is how many of us there are. We didn’t pay much attention to this argument. It requires a willingness to delve, to research, and to try understanding the seemingly apocryphal. Usually when I find a pile of books in a donad on the sidewalk it’s filled with junk books, like self-help finance twaddle and new-age crap about death and terrible pop fiction.

And after reading Barthelme’s short fiction, I understand more fully why Dave Eggers felt like a thief after reading Barthelme following the publication of his fiction.

Narration is also a concern of Barthelme. Barthelme is the quintessential super-pretentious post-modernist. Apr 23, Elizabeth rated it it was ok Shelves: