Raymond Carver

Raymond Clevie Carver, Jr. (May 25, 1938 – August 2, 1988) was an American short-story writer and poet. Carver contributed to the revitalization of the American short story in literature during the 1980s.

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Cathedral by Raymond Carver
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2009. 245 pages. No dust jacket. Grey cloth boards. Carver's great collection of short stories translated into Chinese. Mild age toning within,but neat and clean. A reading copy only. The spine cover is missing. Rubbing to board edges.  read more
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All of Us: The Collected Poems by Raymond Carver
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A collection of Raymond Carver's poems.  read more
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Cathedral by Raymond Carver
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This collection of short stories established Raymond Carver as a master storyteller. He is the author of "Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?", "Fires", "Elephants", "In A Marine Light: Selected Poems", "A New Path to the Waterfall", "No Heroics Please" and "Short Cuts".  read more
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Short Cuts by Raymond Carver
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What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Raymond Carver
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Elephant and Other Stories by Raymond Carver
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Cathedral (Vintage Classics) by Raymond Carver
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Raymond Carver said it was possible 'to write about commonplace things and objects using commonplace but precise language and endow these things - a chair, a window curtain, a fork, a stone, a woman's earring - with immense, even startling power'. Nowhere is this alchemy more striking than in the title story of Cathedral in which a blind man guides the hand of a sighted man as together they draw the cathedral the blind man can never see. Many view this story, and indeed this collection, as a watershed in the maturing of Carver's work to a more confidently poetic style.  read more
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