In September, the Light Changes
The Stories of Andrew HolleranUnknown - 1999
Andrew Hollerans first novel, Dancer from the Dance, is recognized as a classic portrait of gay life in New York in the 1970s. His subsequent works, from Nights in Aruba and The Beauty of Men to the essays in Ground Zero, established Holleran as the preeminent voice in the contemporary gay literary canon. His fiction has earned comparisons to that of Guy de Maupassant, Somerset Maugham, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, and now Holleran returns with a collection of sixteen powerful short stories. Exploring the lives and times of those who have lived past the exuberance of youth, these tales make for a moving journey across landscapes of regret and loss, shame and pride, loneliness and love. With a surprising yet sensitive comic touch, Andrew Holleran has written his most mature work to date--a poignant, polished collection.
"Like John Cheevers work, these stories are suffused with a sense of magic and the possibility of grace." --San Francisco Chronicle Book Review
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c1999.
Branch Call Number: FICTION HOL
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