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Enjoyable short stories

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    In 25 stories we meet people in a moment in time rendered so clearly and deeply that you only wish the author was around to interpret your own life for you.


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    Weddings, divorces, funerals, job interviews and failures:> the horrific - a 50 year old daughter telling her mother that her father (alive and still married to her mother) molested her when she was a child.


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    In lawrence of arabia, a widow riding on a bus the day after her husband's funeral sees the headline that peter o'toole has died.


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    The death in the best days is that of a former headmaster, but the funeral occasions the private reflections of two old friends about their sexual adventures while at school.


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    But not all the moments of reflection are occasioned by death.


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    But my favorite of all is probably the best days, which reverses the pattern of looking back.


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    Graham swift has chosen to get inside the heads of his characters, each one of them burdened with some memory from the past or on the brink of a decision, in each scenario there is an inconclusive ending and a continuity of consciousness as lives go on after the story has ended.


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    Transcription of mental chatter, of unspoken words, into script often is wordy.

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