7 edition of How Best to Avoid Dying found in the catalog.
June 1, 2007 by Dalton Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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The stories in How Best to Avoid Dying made me laugh while simultaneously breaking my heart. --Stacey Swann, Chief Editor of American Short Fiction From the Inside Flap. If Franz Kafka had lived in central Texas and seen too many midnight movies, he would have been Owen Egerton.
This is a divinely weird collection.5/5(7). How Best To Avoid Dying is pure entertainment for those who enjoy this kind of book. Those who don't, those who can't see past the surface, will never appreciate the ideas underneath.
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About How Best to Avoid Dying: In this devilishly clever collection of short fiction, renowned humorist Owen Egerton leads us on a wildly surprising, darkly comic, and often heart-wrenching ride into the terrible beauty of life's end.
With razor wit and compassionate insight, Egerton has a crafted a work that brilliantly explores the pain and. Few characters in this Kafka-indebted story collection from Egerton (The Book of Harold) actually want to “avoid dying.” Instead, they mock, glorify, seek, or ruminate on death.
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