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Topic - Anne Tyler
In the living room of Anne Tyler, you could shelve virtually all the books under a single heading: fiction.
In Anne Tyler's living room, you could shelve virtually all the books under a single heading: fiction.
A memoir that Reynolds Price was working on at the time of his death will be published next year, with a foreword by Anne Tyler.
The famous floating craft built by Noah to bear his family and pairs of the world's animals through the Great Flood was built for a single purpose: to simply stay afloat until the world's floodwaters subsided.
"The preoccupations of certain stages of life - child-rearing, adolescent-rearing, empty nest, aging, death of a spouse - are clearly mirrored by the novels I wrote at the time I was going through those stages," she says. "Or shortly after I went through them, since things often seem to need to settle in my mind before I can write about them."
"My daughters always tell me that with every book I say, 'This is not going well, and nothing is going to come of it,' " she says.