HOME IS WHERE YOU HANG YOUR CHILDHOOD by Leane Zugsmith

HOME IS WHERE YOU HANG YOUR CHILDHOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Short stories by the author of A Time to Remember, reprinted from Story, The New Yorker, Windsor Quarterly, Harper's Bazaar, New Republic, Atlantic, New Masses. Stories of disillusionment, of childhood exaggeration of emotional situations, of women and men facing each other's frailties and shortcomings, of a social worker finding that it isn't all up to her ideals and the answers don't work, of conflict in loyalties, etc. Plot secondary to psychological conflicts and overtones.

Publisher: Random House