When I need a swift dose of beauty and wisdom, I read the stories of Richard Bausch. To my mind, Bausch is truly our modern Chekhov. Here we have his graceful language, both spare and lovely at the same time. Our story opens with Tandolfo, already slightly tipsy in the afternoon, as he finishes his clown makeup before his bathroom mirror:
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|Burroway, Imaginative Writing | Pearson||Summary Summary Few writers of the past quarter-century have so consistently surprised, startled, and delighted their readers as has the masterful Richard Bausch, whom the Washington Post Book World calls "a virtuoso of language and literary grace. Yet it is for his award-winning short fiction that Bausch is perhaps most admired.|
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Introduced by Junot Diaz. The Toughest Indian in the World. Introduced by Percival Everett. Introduced by Ben Niehart. Going To Meet the Man. Introduced by David Haynes. Birds with No Feet. Servents of the Map. Introduced by Jonathan Lethem. A City of Churches.
Robert Kennedy Saved from Drowning. Introduction by Robert Bausch. The Man who Knew Belle Starr. What Feels Like the World. Introduced by Elwood Reid. Introduced by Heidi Julavitz. Introduced by Ann Patchett. A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain. Jealous Husband Returns in Form of Parrot.
This is Earl Sandt. Introduced by Dan Chaon. Are These Actual Miles? What We Talk About Love. Introduced by Richard Russo. Introduced by ZZ Packer. The Sun, the Moon, the Stars. Introduced by Elizabeth Stuckey-French. Mrs Dutta Writes a Letter. The Lives of Strangers. The Blooming Season for Cacti.
Introduced by Brady Udall.
Highjacker of a Planet. Introduced by Sheila Kohler. Introduced by Tom Franklin. Constant Pain in Tuscaloosa. Introduced by Millicent Dillon. The Water Faucet Vision. Introduced by Victor Lavalle.
Figures in the Distance. Introduced by Debra Spark. Introduced by Ken Foster. The Apocalyptic Commentary of Bob Paisner.• Read Richard Bausch’s “Tandolfo the Great” on pages to , Amy Bloom’s “The Story” on.
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Far away, beyond the river, were mountains. The. LEADER cam a a s nyu 1 eng. Imaginative Writing, 4/E Janet Burroway, Tandolfo the Great. Poems. Theodore Roethke. I Knew a Woman. Carole Simmons Oles. Stonecarver. Elizabeth Jennings.
One Flesh. Kaylin Haught. God Says Yes to Me. Drama. Molly Campbell. Here is a moment in the story "Tandolfo the Great," which I've summarized to show the limitations of summary. The clown, Rodney, has just called the birthday boy a name: "Then Rodney decides to insult the boy further, and when the boy sticks out his tongue, .