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LEVINE, Norman. I Don't Want To Know Anyone Too Well- And Other Stories. (Ottawa): Deneau Publishers, (1982). Pp (6),7-160. 8vo, grey card covers withblack and green lettering to front and spine. "The author has said: 'When you go to a writer's work -- it is into his personal world that you enter. What he is doing is paying, in his own way, an elaborate tribute to people and places he has known.' With trhe republication of this collection of short stories, Norman Levine continues to write in the simple,e vocative prosethat has earned him an international reputation. The 15 stories, set in va rious parts of Canada and England, are a series of ironic, sad, humorous and vivid vignettes." - from rear. Includes: "In Quebec City", "A Small Pieceof Blue", "A True Story", "My Karsh Picture", "By the Richelieu", "The Eng lish Girl", "I like Chekhov", "My Wife has Left Me", "Feast Days and Others", "English for Foreigners", "A Canadian Upbringing", "The Man with the Notebook", "I Don't Want to Know Anyone Too Well", "A Father", and "South of Montreal". Very good. Signed and inscribed by Levine to H.R. "Bill" Percy and his wife on the half-title. 35.00
Title: I Don't Want To Know Anyone Too Well- And Other Stories. Paperback, signed.
Publisher: Deneau Publishers, Ottawa, 1982, ISBN:0888790775:
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