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  1. Melki Melki says:

    Apple presents a baker s dozen of wonderfully quirky tales Many of them ended a bit too abruptly for my taste The title tale was spectacular I ve got to look for some novels by this author I d love to spend time with some of these characters.


  2. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis Nathan "N.R." Gaddis says:

    Daniel Green is pretty good So I ll give you his review


  3. Sue Russell Sue Russell says:

    Sue Russell Library Journal quoting myselfdo I need permission Apple s new story collection, his third after an absence of 20 years from the genre, sets up variations on the stranger in a strange land theme The stranger is often a Diaspora Jew, and the strange land could be Buenos Aires, Cleveland, or a carwash in Las Vegas In the title story, the strange land is Marshall, TX, where dying 80 year old Jerome Baumgarten, a retail giant and acquaintance of Wal Mart magnate Sam Walton, orders himself from Brooklyn


  4. Melanie Melanie says:

    I love Max Apple his novel The Propheteers in particular but I struggled with this collection of stories Apple, like Donald Barthelme or George Saunders, is usually fairly adept at capturing and reveling in absurdity, but in many of these stories, the absurd part is just tacked on at the end, and a story that seemed to be about one thing becomes something else in the last sentence I m all for the element of surprise, but I found myself rereading some of these stories and trying to figure out if I had missed something


  5. Richard C Richard C says:

    When I was In high school I read The Oranging of America 1979 or 1980 in an English class with a great teacher Mr Brock After that class I attended college where the author was on faculty, and so read pretty much whatever ...


  6. Connor Connor says:

    I got this recommendation from Donald Barthlemle s reading list It was pretty okay, nothing really spectacular The stories range from passable to pretty good, with a sort of similar structure in each one, usually ending on the moment of choice for the protagonist That structure got pretty b...


  7. Ellen Ellen says:

    A surprise of a collection for me the stories are spare, startling in their humor a man takes his mother to a hypnotistwho uses the same tape for dogs and people , and perfectly formed I especially loved Strawberry Shortcake and Adventur...


  8. Robert Robert says:

    Character driven short stories that read as real, until they suddenly don t Too often I was left wondering why the story ended and what was the point I don t need everything tied up, but most of the stories are only loose ends Fine, obviously, but not ideal IMHO.


  9. Nicole Nicole says:

    Interesting stories having to do mostly with being Jewish.


  10. Jay Gertzman Jay Gertzman says:

    Max Apple s short stories are part of the long list of Jewish American works in the genre, and a very late entry His predecessors and contemporaries are as distinguished as possible Singer, Bellow, Malamud, Roth, Ozick, Del Schwartz, Wil Eisner recently, Nathan Englander, Steve Stern, Ben Katchor Apple differs in that the others deal with Jewish history, patterns of thought, Biblical, historical and spiritual allusions, and a set of anxieties and beliefs which make their work recognizably part of something with spiritual implications that a people have had


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