The stories within bear witness to a markedly American approach to cultivation: enhancing exteriority in order to understand and repair interiority. In an effort to forge happiness and overcome trauma, whether major or minor, each character in this collection focuses on the surface of his or her life, polishing it in order to stimulate its deeper counterpart, the inner life, where true reality lies.beagle made figure eights in and out of the dug-out trench, disappearing and reappearing at one end of the leash, Emilya#39;s fingers gripping the other end. In the distance, the sound of a cara#39;s tires grating the gravel road grew louder. aDona#39;t get anbsp;...
|Title||:||Common Lawn and Garden Problems and Other Stories|
|Author||:||Agnes P. Bannigan|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|