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At Home with the Glynns
     

At Home with the Glynns

by Eric Kraft
 

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Peter Leroy receives his sexual initiation at the hands of the Glynn twins, becomes a sketch doctor, listens to many tales about the night the Nevsky mansion burned, learns the value of hope, and discovers the love of his life.

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Peter Leroy receives his sexual initiation at the hands of the Glynn twins, becomes a sketch doctor, listens to many tales about the night the Nevsky mansion burned, learns the value of hope, and discovers the love of his life.

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Memphis Commercial Appeal - Frederic Koeppel
Nostalgic and very funny and just a little perverse.
The East Hampton Star - Edward Hannibal
One of the more hilariously erotic pieces of writing since Lolita.
New York Newsday - Dwight Garner
A splendidly vivid exploration of "sexual pleasure amplified and augmented by the thrill of adventure."
The New York Times Book Review - Jonathan Baumbach
A daring tour de force, At Home with the Glynns . . . never loses its poise. Mr. Kraft's cunning novel is really a children's book (like, say, The Catcher in the Rye) for adults, which I mean as unequivocal praise. There is nothing more serious, after all, than the playful, given full play.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013209657
Publisher:
The Babbington Press
Publication date:
10/20/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
153
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Eric Kraft grew up in Babylon, New York, on the South Shore of Long Island, where he was for a time co-owner and co-captain of a clam boat, which sank. He met or invented the character Peter Leroy while dozing over a German lesson during his first year at Harvard. The following year, he married his muse, Madeline Canning; they have two sons. After earning a Master’s Degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Kraft taught school in the Boston area for a while, moonlighting as a rock music critic for the Boston Phoenix. Since then, he has undertaken a variety of hackwork to support the Kraft ménage and the writing of the voluminous work of fiction that he calls The Personal History, Adventures, Experiences & Observations of Peter Leroy. He has been the recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts; was, briefly, chairman of PEN New England; and has been awarded the John Dos Passos Prize for Literature.

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