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Bad Imaginings

Ten short stories by Caroline Adderson about perspective.

Caroline Adderson

Caroline Adderson adopts a brilliant array of perspectives ranging from that of a nineteenth-century prospector, to a chambermaid in WWI Victoria, to two long-time friends trying to sort out the eighties.

The intensity of these deeply imagined stories is stunning. (from Biblioasis)

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