Percival Everett's Damned If I Do: Stories PDF

By Percival Everett

Damned If I Do is a phenomenal new selection of brief tales through Percival Everett, writer of the hugely praised and wickedly humorous novel Erasure

People are only clearly hopeful, a time period my grandfather used to inform me was once greater than sometimes interchangeable with stupid.

A cop, a cowboy, numerous fly fishermen, and a reluctant romance novelist inhabit those revealing and infrequently hilarious tales. An previous guy results in a high-speed vehicle chase with the police officers after stealing the automobile that blocks the rubbish bin at his condominium development. A stranger will get a role at a sandwich store and fixes every thing in sight: a guide mustard dispenser, a mouthful of crooked enamel, thirty-two parking tickets, and a sexual-identity problem.

Percival Everett is a grasp storyteller who ingeniously addresses problems with race and prejudice via concurrently satirizing and celebrating the human condition.

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