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We Are Still Married: Stories and Letters
We Are Still Married Stories and Letters
Author: Garrison Keillor
Written by the author of "Lake Wobegon Days", "Leaving Home" and "Happy to be Here", this book reports on our public behaviour, outlandish dreams, and secret shames. Covering the things we have all had questions about, Keillor describes the such perils as celebrity, being near-sighted or being tall.
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ISBN-13: 9780140131567
ISBN-10: 0140131566
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 330
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  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Viking Penguin Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Devoted friends of Lake Wobegon residents will surely welcome this opportunity to be filled in on what some of the gang has been up to and also to learn what Keillor himself has been doing and thinking since he closed down the Prairie Home Companion show in 1987. "I've been on the job and not sunning myself in Denmark," he tells us. And this new collection of 70 or so essays, stories, letters, and poems would seem to bear that out. They follow pretty closely the original Keillor recipe: a little shrewd observation, a slice of nostalgia, a dash of wit, laughter to taste, and a sprinkle of malice for piquancy. His topics are various--too various to particularize. Keillor is at his best, or his distinctive qualities have their freest scope, when he adds a touch of personal reminiscence to his themes. For discriminating palates.
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