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by Paul Theroux

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Author:
Paul Theroux
ISBN13:
978-0395255025
ISBN:
0395255023
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; First Edition edition (June 1, 1972)
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Start by marking Sinning with Annie and Other Stories as Want to Read .

Start by marking Sinning with Annie and Other Stories as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Set in Asia, Africa, eastern Europe, Russian-and even Boston-the stories in Sinning with Annie are vintage Theroux, a wry and witty collection of stories that eloquently express the joys and pains of the human experience.

Slade Steadman is the ultimate one-book wonder. His lone opus, published twenty years ago, was Trespassing, a cult classic about his travels through dozens of countries without benefit of passport.

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In The Collected Stories, Paul Theroux's canvas stretches from London to South-East Asia, from Boston to Paris, from Africa to Eastern Europe and from Moscow to the tropics in this vibrant collection

In The Collected Stories, Paul Theroux's canvas stretches from London to South-East Asia, from Boston to Paris, from Africa to Eastern Europe and from Moscow to the tropics in this vibrant collection. Full of suspense and the unexpected, these stories by the acclaimed author of The Old Patagonian Express and Dark Star Safari delve into the worlds of a vast spectrum of characters and display throughout a flair that shows Theroux to be a master of the form

Theroux seems to feel about cultures as some people feel about wines and cheeses, and it's that unfazed .

Theroux seems to feel about cultures as some people feel about wines and cheeses, and it's that unfazed connoisseur's accuracy that gave Jungle Lovers (1971) its agreeably pulled punch. This is a different story, however, or rather a bunch of different stories and a whole gift pack of worlds to sample.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780140121971.

Home Theroux, Paul Sinning with Annie and Other Stories. Sinning with Annie and Other Stories. Published by Houghton Mifflin, 1972. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. All books are returnable within 14 days of sale.

Sinning with Annie" takes a quirky look at an arranged marriage between two children from the perspective of the . I picked up The Mosquito Coast by Paul Theroux years ago, and it was the first book I read by which I judged the movie by the book.

Sinning with Annie" takes a quirky look at an arranged marriage between two children from the perspective of the adult, prudishly westernized husband. Words Are Deeds" starts with what appears to be a potentially exciting and risky erotic adventure that resolves quickly into bitter reality ("I hate that tie"). Through the years came other books, most notably The Old Patagonian Express, which ends where I live, in Argentina. The discussion of Theroux's time with the indomitable Jorge Borges alone was worth the price of the book. As Theroux leads us toward the answers, he makes fresh magic out of the venerable intertwined themes of sight and insight. He also offers incisive, sometimes hilarious takes on the manifold ironies of travel and the trappings of the writer"s life - from the fear of the blank page to the unexpected challenges of the book tour. 149. Published: 2005.

Fong and the Indians. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972. His first collection of stories. This copy is inscribed by Theroux to V. S. Naipaul in the month of publication: To Vidia & Pat/ with love/ Paul. His second boo. his copy is inscribed by Theroux to writer V. Naipaul: For Vidia/ & Pat/ with love/ Paul. An excellent association copy, inscribed at approximately the time that Theroux’s book on Naipaul would have been approaching publication. V. Naipaul: An Introduction to His Work. London): Deutsch (1972).

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