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by Carol. Berge

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ISBN:
0939290049
Author:
Carol. Berge
Publisher:
NY: Window Editions, (1981).; 1st edition (1981)
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Carol Berge authored 23 books of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, and her writings appeared in. .-excerpted from Carol Berge's memoir chapter in LIGHT YEARS (AWAREing Press/Spuyten Duyvil, 2010).

-excerpted from Carol Berge's memoir chapter in LIGHT YEARS (AWAREing Press/Spuyten Duyvil, 2010). Oral history from Ms. Berge. Archived and oral histories from Ms. "Carol Berge OFFICIAL SITE".

Bergé founded the literary magazine and small press CENTER and cofounded Five Cities Gallery in New York.

Her prose includes The Vancouver Report (1964), a report from the 1963 Vancouver Poetry Conference; Acts of Love: An American Novel (1973); Fierce Metronome: The One-Page Novels, and Other Short Fiction (1981); and Antics: Passionate Stories About Folks in the Antiques Trade (2007), a collection of short stories inspired by a lifetime of collecting. Her work was also featured in Amiri Baraka’s anthology Four Young Lady Poets (1962). Bergé founded the literary magazine and small press CENTER and cofounded Five Cities Gallery in New York.

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the one-page novels, and other short fiction. 1st ed. by Carol Bergé. Limited to 1,000 copies in paper wrappers.

It is one kind of fiction that need not, to please the American taste, deal with heroes

It is one kind of fiction that need not, to please the American taste, deal with heroes. Our national curse, if so perfect a land can have such a thing, is the ‘sympathetic’ characte.During this period, Cain also wrote his first two conventional short stories for American Mercury ( Pastorale and The Taking of Montfaucon ) as well as articles for the Bookman and the Saturday Evening Post, all of which contributed to his growing reputation as a biting social satirist and master of dialogue. But first, he wanted to try fiction again, having been encouraged by favorable responses to the two short stories he had written for the Mercury.

Carol Berg's first novel in her trilogy makes me want to keep reading to see if Seyonne can clear his world of evil or die in the fight. Yet this is more than a story of cosmic evil. It is the story of friendship from the most unlikely sources. It is the story of power hiding the heart. It is the story of love hidden behind political necessity. Berg's writing is engagingly told from the viewpoint of Seyonne which allows us to feel his wide range of emotions and cheer for him to recover everything that slavery and conquest has taken from him. We see the world through his eyes and learn about the complex fantasy realm Berg has created in natural flowing thoughts, actions, and dialogue.

Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. An American Romance: Carol Berge. Carol Bergé: Rituals & Gargoyles.

The first novel in national bestselling author Carol Berg's Rai Kirah saga follows one man's journey from slave . A wonderful debut nove. ooks the reader with vividly drawn characters and draws us into an exotic, dangerous, and beautifully crafted world

The first novel in national bestselling author Carol Berg's Rai Kirah saga follows one man's journey from slave to savio. ooks the reader with vividly drawn characters and draws us into an exotic, dangerous, and beautifully crafted world. Her heroes come alive on the page, with genuine emotions and concerns. Lynn Flewelling, author of Traitor’s Moon. Vivid characters and intricate magic combined with a fascinating world-luscious work! -Melanie Rawn, author of The Diviner’s Key. In this series.

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