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Beyond ‘Brokeback Mountain’: ‘Close Range: Wyoming Stories’ by Annie Proulx

I have been meaning to read ‘Close Range’ for years.  I even managed to kid myself that I’d read most of it, when I found a stand-alone edition of ‘Brokeback Mountain’, the last novella in the collection, at my local … Continue reading

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A Novel With a Message: Barkskins by Annie Proulx (2016)

I felt a little ashamed on settling down to read ‘Barkskins’ because it suddenly dawned on me that, despite happily calling myself a fan of Proulx’s fiction, I’ve only read her most famous works.  As a teenager, I was introduced … Continue reading

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