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This first collection of never-before-published stories and "inventions" by the award-winning author of Stones for Ibarra are as bright and clear as a Mexican sunrise, confirming Doerr's richly deserved reputation as a writer of the first order, one whose sheer grace and rigorous economy touch the reader at every turn.
|I||The Tiger in the Grass||1|
|1||The Flowering Stick||33|
|3||The Extinguishing of Great-Aunt Alice||45|
|2||Sun, Pure Air, and a View||61|
|3||The Local Train||83|
|5||The Watchman at the Gate||115|
|2||Low Tide at Four||147|
|4||A Sleeve of Rain||169|
|V||Edie: A Life||185|
Posted October 11, 2012
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