The One With the News by Sandra SabatiniThe One With the News by Sandra Sabatini

The One With the News

bySandra Sabatini

Paperback | August 30, 2000

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Sandra Sabatini is a gifted new writer whose work explores the nature of faith, loss, hope, and the grace we all need to remain upright. The One with the News looks at the ravaging effects of Alzheimer's disease and our own amazing ability to laugh until we cry. Told from the point of view of family members and professional caregivers, and even from the Alzheimer's sufferer himself, this collection invites the reader into a world at once strangely dislocated and uniquely funny.

Sandra Sabatini's first collection of short stories, The One with the News (Porcupine's Quill, 2000), was shortlisted for the McClelland Stewart Writers Trust Journey and or the Upper Canada Writers' Craft Award. Sabatini's second book, Making Babies: Infants in Canadian Fiction (2004), explored how Canadian novelists wrote about babie...
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Title:The One With the NewsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.75 × 5.57 × 0.44 inPublished:August 30, 2000Publisher:Porcupine's QuillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0889842175

ISBN - 13:9780889842175

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`Sandra Sabatini can be poignant in the service of comedy and comic in the face of tragedy. Her characters are believable but not predictable in either their ordinariness or their eccentricity, and her sympathy, like her talent, is large.'