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If a writer is honest, if what is at stake for him can seem to matter to his readers, then his work may be read. But a writer will work anyway, as I do, and as I have, in part to explore this terra incognita, this dangerous ground I seem to need to risk.
What to know about pain is how little we do to deserve it, how simple it is to give, how hard to lose.
Oh, a bookshop. Why not pop in and buy a little Kant? And perhaps just a quarter-pound of Kafka. Don't bother to wrap it, thanks. I'll eat it here.
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Frederick Busch was an American writer. Busch was a master of the short story and one of America's most prolific writers of fiction long and short.
The Night Inspector: A Novel (1999)
The Stories of Frederick Busch
A memory of war (2003)
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