The Sad Eye

By (author): Bradd Burningham

Sackville resident Bradd Burningham’s uncanny ability to inhabit the mind brings intimate revelations from characters as diverse as earthy middle-aged women and adolescent boys in The Sad Eye.

AUTHOR

Bradd Burningham

Bradd Burningham grew up in Essex, Ontario, and has lived in Windsor, Toronto, Ottawa, London, and Saskatoon. He now lives in Sackville, New Brunswick, where he works as a librarian at Mount Allison University. Although this is his first work of book length fiction, his plays have been broadcast on CBC Radio.

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In this his first collection of stories, Bradd Burningham displays an uncanny ability to inhabit the minds of his narrators, whether earthy, middle-aged women or an adolescent boy on the brink of sexual awakening. The result is a volume of stories at once intensely personal and elusively exotic. A startling beginning for a new writer.

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Sackville resident Bradd Burningham’s uncanny ability to inhabit the mind brings intimate revelations from characters as diverse as earthy middle-aged women and adolescent boys in The Sad Eye.

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Dimensions:

208 Pages
8.5in * 5.5in * 0.6in
739gr

Published:

January 01, 1991

Publisher:

Goose Lane Editions

ISBN:

9780864920935

Book Subjects:

FICTION / Short Stories

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Language:

eng

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