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Beasts in Their Wisdom

Eugene K. Garber

Paper $14.95    |    0-9675273-5-X    |   2004

"In Garber's uncanny tales the margins of real and imaginary, human and animal, give way to an eerie domain of magical ambiguity. . . . These are provocative stories, vividly written, and full of surprisesdashthe work of a grandly talented storyteller."
dashWilliam Kennedy, Pulitzer Prize winner

"In Eugene Garber's almost real stories . . . characters rather like you and me struggle to balance love and guilt, passion and obsession, while shadowy but transcendent figures around them suffer on a mythic scale to put their problems in relief for them. Underneath there is always a powerful story pumping and pumping, carrying everything with it."
dashNorman Lavers, author of The Northwest Passage

Eugene K. Garber is a distinguished teaching professor emeritus of English at SUNY Albany. His previous publications include Metaphysical Tales, winner of the 1981 Associated Writing Programs Award for Short Fiction, and The Historian, winner of TriQuarterly's 1992 William Goyen Prize for Fiction.

61/2 x 91/2, 112 pages, 10 illustrations

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