Fever

Paperback | October 1, 1990

byJohn Edgar Wideman

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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation.

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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation

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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation.

Writer John Edgar Wideman was born in Washington, D. C., on June 14, 1941. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, studied at Oxford University, and was the second African American to become a Rhodes Scholar. He taught at the University of Pennsylvania and eventually founded and chaired the African American studies department...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7.8 × 5.1 × 0.4 inPublished:October 1, 1990Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140143475

ISBN - 13:9780140143478

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Table of Contents

FeverDoc's Story
The Statue of Liberty
Valaida
Hostages
Surfiction
Rock River
When It's Time to Go
Concert
Presents
The Tambourine Lady
Little Brother
Fever

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By turns subtle and intense, disturbing and elusive, the stories in this collection are ultimately connected by themes of memory and loss, reality and fabrication, and by a richless of language that rests lightly on its carefully foundation