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Sketches #001: 'separations'
     

Sketches #001: 'separations'

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by Gavin William Wright
 

This is a collection of short stories based on the theme of separation. set primarily around the oslofjord area of norway. Dealing with diverse subtexts and approached in stylistically varied ways, the 18 stories detail the thoughts and behaviours of a cross section of society, digging deeply into the consciousness of the individual and the harmony of relationships

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This is a collection of short stories based on the theme of separation. set primarily around the oslofjord area of norway. Dealing with diverse subtexts and approached in stylistically varied ways, the 18 stories detail the thoughts and behaviours of a cross section of society, digging deeply into the consciousness of the individual and the harmony of relationships. Including 10 new stories.

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BN ID:
2940044395978
Publisher:
Favourite Colours
Publication date:
03/21/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
125 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Sketches #001: 'separations' 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SA_Williams More than 1 year ago
Sketches #001 - Separations is a collection of 18 short stories set in Norway. As the title suggests the stories follow the theme of separation on the part of the characters. Truly of the modernist bent, these stories are not plot-driven (which is not to say that they don't each have a plot of sorts), rather we see a slice of each main character's life in the tales, which range widely in length. Just don't expect the traditional obvious rising action - climax - resolution structure; it's there, but more subtle as the work focuses deeply on moments, which is highly effective in the way Wright has done it. I was excited to receive a free copy of this book because I've read single short stories by Wright before and have always been impressed. But he's somehow outdone himself here. The theme of the book is apparent and as the reader makes her or his way through the differing aspects of each character's disconnect from someone or something is apparent. The range of emotions conveyed is surprisingly versatile considering what one might expect along the theme. My only complaint about this book (and it is best ignored) is in the formatting. Call me crazy (go ahead) but I like page breaks on my e-reader between stories. (Seriously, that's my only complaint!)