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Such richly fraught mother-daughter relationships can be lifelines, anchors, or they can sink a woman like a stone. Nowhere are these qualities more ingeniously brought together than in the works of short fiction she wrote throughout her life. Chaon mines the psychological landscape of his characters to dazzling effect. Each story radiates with sharp humor, mystery, wonder, and startling compassion.
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