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You Don't Love This Man

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"You Don't Love This Man is an exquisite puzzle....Which is more gorgeous, more satisfying here, the story itself, or the language DeWeese uses to tell it?" —Mary Rechner, author of Nine Simple Patterns for Complicated Women
Set in the Pacific Northwest, Dan Deweese's debut novel delivers a witty, heartfelt, and keenly observed day-in-the-life of one father of the bride, casting luminous insight into marriage, fatherhood, and bank robbery. Readers of Benjamin Kunkel, Joshua Ferris, and Kevin Wilson, as well as fans of contemporary American masters like Philip Roth and Tobias Wolff, will be enthralled by Deweese's evocative, literary exploration of an everyman protagonist's quiet struggles and tender joys on one of the most monumental days in his life.

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Publisher: HarperCollins e-books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 1, 2011

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780062036971
  • Release date: March 1, 2011

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780062036971
  • File size: 695 KB
  • Release date: March 1, 2011

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Kindle Book
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EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

"You Don't Love This Man is an exquisite puzzle....Which is more gorgeous, more satisfying here, the story itself, or the language DeWeese uses to tell it?" —Mary Rechner, author of Nine Simple Patterns for Complicated Women
Set in the Pacific Northwest, Dan Deweese's debut novel delivers a witty, heartfelt, and keenly observed day-in-the-life of one father of the bride, casting luminous insight into marriage, fatherhood, and bank robbery. Readers of Benjamin Kunkel, Joshua Ferris, and Kevin Wilson, as well as fans of contemporary American masters like Philip Roth and Tobias Wolff, will be enthralled by Deweese's evocative, literary exploration of an everyman protagonist's quiet struggles and tender joys on one of the most monumental days in his life.

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