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How Far She Went, Mary Hood

Author Name    Mary Hood

Title   How Far She Went

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Good

Publisher    University of Georgia Press 1992

ISBN Number    0820314412 / 9780820314419

Seller ID   2467

Shows little signs of wear with mark on first page and a small tear on page 57, otherwise clean copy! ; Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction; 0.41 x 8.51 x 5.57 Inches; 136 pages;
Mary Hood's fictional world is a world where fear, anger, longing--sometimes worse--lie just below the surface of a pleasant summer afternoon or a Sunday church service.

In "A Country Girl," for example, she creates an idyllic valley where a barefoot girl sings melodies "low and private as a lullaby" and where "you could pick up one of the little early apples from the ground and eat it right then without worrying about pesticide." But something changes this summer afternoon with the arrival at a family reunion of fair and fiery Johnny Calhoun: "everybody's kind and nobody's kin," forty in a year or so, "and wild in the way that made him worth the trouble he caused."

The title story in the collection begins with a visit to clean the graves in a country cemetery and ends with the terrifying pursuit of a young girl and h

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