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You haven't changed a bit : stories /
Astrid Blodgett.
edition
First edition
imprint
Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c2013.
description
173 p.
ISBN
9780888646446
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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series title
imprint
Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c2013.
isbn
9780888646446
general note
Contains advertisements
catalogue key
8895116
 
Issued also in electronic formats.
Purchase; DSO; 2013; RB308971.
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Summaries
Main Description
Through mesmerizing forays into characterization, voicing, and narrative technique, and with a clean economy of style rare even in short fiction, Astrid Blodgett conjures full-fledged characters in the throes of realistic moments, to bear their moral and existential freight in these thirteen stories. From the fascinatingly unhinged hero of "Getting the Cat," to the dreamy survey of prairie landscape and childhood experience of "New Summer Dresses," to the fatal irony of "Ice Break," readers will be hooked from first sentences and carried along on crisp prose. You Haven't Changed a Bit shimmers with the energy of a first book while affording readers the subtlety, complexity, and range of an accomplished master of the genre.
Table of Contents
Don't Do a Headstandp. 1
Zero Recallp. 19
Ice Breakp. 27
Getting the Catp. 39
Let's Go Straight to the Lakep. 55
In the Meadowp. 75
Tattletalep. 89
New Summer Dressesp. 103
The Gold Onep. 115
Giving Bloodp. 131
Butterfliesp. 139
No Matter How Nicey-Nicey the Parents Werep. 153
Banana and Splitp. 163
Acknowledgementsp. 173
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