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You should pity us instead

Amy Gustine

You should pity us instead

stories

by Amy Gustine

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American Short stories

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    StatementAmy Gustine
    ContributionsGustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-, Gustine, Amy, 1970-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3607.U788 A6 2016
    The Physical Object
    Pagination222 pages
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27200019M
    ISBN 101941411193
    ISBN 109781941411193
    LC Control Number2015017017
    OCLC/WorldCa911617744

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In this dazzling debut collection, Gustine shows tremendous range, empathy, and spark. In the excellent title story, Simon and Molly move back to Ohio after he has finished his degree at UC Berkeley.

You Should Pity Us Instead is an authoritative debut.” —Rosellen Brown, award-winning author of Before and After and Tender Mercies “Compassionate, subtle, utterly unsentimental, and lit.

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Debut story collection explores love in its many guises family, romance, friendship through the lens Author: Amy Gustine. Book Review: "You Should Pity Us Instead" by Amy Gustine The characters in You Should Pity Us Instead, Amy Gustine's powerfully moving story collection find themselves in the midst of all kinds of challenges or emotional crises.

The stories in You Should Pity Us Instead are remarkably complex, dense with changing time, place, points of view, and subplots, all clearly and deftly described. They tackle the big subjects: death, connection, God, and they refuse to give easy answers. Instead, they leave us with the vivid sense of having lived another person's life/5(11).

"You Should Pity Us Instead is an unbroken spell from first story to last, despite the enormous range of subjects and landscapes, sufferings and joys it explores."—Laura Kasischke "Amy Gustine's stories cross impossible borders both physical and moral: a mother looking for her kidnapped son sneaks into Gaza, an Ellis Island inspector mourning his lost love plays God at the boundary /5(11).

Gustine can be brutally honest about the murky calculations, secret dreams and suppressed malice to which most of us never admit, not even to ourselves."-Karen Russell " You Should Pity Us Instead is an unbroken spell from first story to last, despite the enormous range of subjects and landscapes, sufferings and joys it explores."-Laura Kasischke "Amy Gustine's stories cross impossible borders both physical.

You Should Pity Us Instead is a devastating, funny, and astonishingly frank collection. –Karen Russell –Karen Russell You Should Pity Us Instead explores some of our toughest dilemmas: the cost of Middle East strife at its most intimate level, the likelihood of God considered in day-to-day terms, the moral stakes of family obligations, and the inescapable fact of mortality.

"You Should Pity Us Instead is an unbroken spell from first story to last, despite the enormous range of subjects and landscapes, sufferings and joys it explores."--Laura Kasischke "Amy Gustine's stories cross impossible borders both physical and moral: a mother looking for her kidnapped son sneaks into Gaza, an Ellis Island inspector mourning his lost love plays God at the boundary between old world and new.

Brave, essential, thrilling, each story in You Should Pity Us Instead takes us to those places we've never dared visit before."--Ben StroudYou Should Pity Us Instead explores some of our toughest dilemmas: the cost of Middle East strife at its most intimate level, the likelihood of God considered in day-to-day terms, the moral stakes of family obligations, and the inescapable fact of mortality.

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ABN 86 Phone: 4 BOOKS Phone: +61 2 Enquiries: [email protected] Love-letters & gripes: [email protected] About ABBEY'S.Amy Gustine's moving debut collection, You Should Pity Us Instead, contains an impressive range of stories about everything from conflict in the Middle East to child abuse and suicide.Empathy is often confused with pity, sympathy, and compassion, which are each reactions to the plight of others.

Pity is a feeling of discomfort at the distress of one or more sentient beings, and.