Stuart Dybek, Author Knopf Publishing Group $ (0p) ISBN Marcy in “Chopin in Winter” returns home from college pregnant and . The narrator of one of Stuart Dybek’s elegiac new stories goes to the Art called ”Chopin in Winter,” Mr. Dybek creates a lovely portrait of three. Acclaimed American writer Stuart Dybek is an exception among writers . In “ Chopin in Winter,” Dybek paints an unusual bond between Lefty.
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Like many Dybek stories, various characters and ideas move through the story passing each other in invisible hallways made of metaphor and symbolism. Or something like that. He is always making connections or suggestions that the reader makes connections. The music traveled down as clearly as Marcy said my crying had traveled up.
When I closed my eyes I could imagine sitting on the Oriental carpet beside her huge piano. What do you think about this story? You are commenting using your WordPress.
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‘Chopin In Winter’ by Stuart Dybek
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