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  • Oh, ok, all I got was the first 4 chapters but if you go to Jeffrey A. Carver's site he has most of the chaos books availible as ebooks thanks

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  • He was officially named interim head Coach on April 29, 2009 following John Carver's resignation.

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  • It may finally substitute the editorial controversy for the actual consideration of Carver's fiction as literary art.

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  • I'm afraid that Tess Gallagher, unwittingly and with all good intentions, has done Raymond Carver's reputation as a significant American writer permanent harm.

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  • In that post I suggested that the publication of the "original" versions of some of Raymond Carver's stories will serve only to diminish readers 'estimation of Carver's fiction.

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  • He might utimately be remembered more as a case study in the fraught relationship between some writers and their editors than as a great American short story writer (which I think he is, even after learning the extent to which Carver's signature understated style and de-dramatized plots were imposed on him by Gordon Lish.)

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  • I further argued that even if Carver's editor in effect co-wrote the stories, it would be better for those original efforts to remain unpublished.

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  • It will not be possible for future readers and students of Carver's fiction to approach it without the question of its authenticity lingering somewhere in the background -- in some cases, as in academic courses featuring Carver on the syllabus, without the question being addressed directly.

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  • Brian Ames's stories are reminiscent of both Hemingway and Raymond Carver, but where Hemingway's characters are stoically going about the business of living up to their own self-images of masculinity, and Carver's characters struggle to live with their failures as men, Ames's male protagonists in Eighty-Sixed (Word Riot Press, 2004) are, if not exactly "hapless," as the book's subtitle has it, comically unable to recognize their failures even while they're enduring them.

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  • That two separate texts of some of Carver's stories are in circulation, however, isn't really equivalent to the scholarly edition offering glimpses into the writing process.

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