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Author:
Reynolds Price
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978-0345361820
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0345361822
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Ballantine Books; First Printing - First Thus edition (October 14, 1989)
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Start by marking The Names and Faces of Heroes as Want to Read . In the nineties I went through a spell of reading several books by Reynolds Price.

Start by marking The Names and Faces of Heroes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I really enjoyed them. Last night I picked up his book of short stories, The Names and Faces of Heroes, to reread. I recalled a couple of the stories and remembered I really liked them. Rereading them these many years later, my understanding of the stories has deepened. My appreciation of the music of his prose has deepened.

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Reynolds Price, one of America's most distinguished and honored writers . I’m as peaceful a man as you’re likely to meet in America now, but this is about a death I may have caused.

Reynolds Price, one of America's most distinguished and honored writers, has produced such masterpieces as Noble Norfleet, Roxanna Slade, and Kate Vaiden, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award. Now he shows himself as much a master of the story as he is of the novel, in a volume that presents fifty stories, including two early collections - The Names and Faces of Heroes and Permanent Errors - as well as more than two dozen new stories that have never been gathered together before.

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A Southern story teller to be reckoned with- eventually- is Reynolds Price whose last book was the prize . The title story is the longest of the book. A young son discovers his father as a man with flaws and as a personal hero to be lived with in affection and honor, clay feet irritatingly in sight.

A Southern story teller to be reckoned with- eventually- is Reynolds Price whose last book was the prize- winning, A Long and Happy Life. An interesting addition to the work of an author who seems destined to grow in stature.

Price was born Edward Reynolds Price in Macon, North Carolina on February 1, 1933, the first of two . The Names and Faces of Heroes (1963).

Price was born Edward Reynolds Price in Macon, North Carolina on February 1, 1933, the first of two sons of William Solomon and Elizabeth Price. Both he and his mother narrowly survived an extremely taxing childbirth; family legend states that during these circumstances, Will Price prayed and made a promise to God that if his wife and son survived, he would quit drinking alcohol. A Generous Man (1966).

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For more than four decades, Reynolds Price has been one of America's most distinguished writers, with a career .

For more than four decades, Reynolds Price has been one of America's most distinguished writers, with a career remarkable both for its virtuosity and for the variety of literary forms embraced. Though perhaps best known as a novelist and poet, Price here likewise demonstrates his mastery of the short story. These fifty stories include two early collections - The Names and Faces of Heroes and Permanent Errors - as well as more than two dozen stories that are gathered only in The Collected Stories. In his introduction, the author explains how, at one point, he wrote no stories for almost.

7 stories of small town Southern people with themes on reaching for maturity, the experience of aging, and the meaning of heroism