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10 thoughts on “The Brothers

  1. says:

    Fans of Raymond Carver and maybe Ernest Hemingway will find some familiarity here Barthelme s descriptions of Biloxi provide a great atmosphere for this story of two middle aged brothers struggling to work through how to live the next part of their lives.


  2. says:

    Good book, really good chapter about being stuck on the freeway Ch 12 Really tense scenes involving a balcony.Bud is sort of annoying.Read it, or just read Ch 12.


  3. says:

    eh


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The Brothers [PDF / EPUB] The Brothers After Del Tribute almost sleeps with his brother s sexually edgy wife, The Brothers sets out to trace and detail the intricate pattern of consequences of this near indiscretion Del and Bud, two brothe After Del Tribute almost sleeps with his brother s sexually edgy wife, The Brothers sets out to trace and detail the intricate pattern of consequences of this near indiscretion Del and Bud, two brothers whose middle aged adolescent antics have a way of messing up each other s lives, both confront the bittersweet comfort of having too many choices In a remarkable performance that extends the territory of Barthelme s fiction, the love and desire of these brothers is laid open, explored, and experienced.

  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Brothers
  • Frederick Barthelme
  • English
  • 05 March 2018
  • 1582431302

About the Author: Frederick Barthelme

Barthelme s works are known for their focus on the landscape of the New South Along with his reputation as a minimalist, together with writers Raymond Carver, Ann Beattie, Amy Hempel, and Mary Robison, Barthelme s work has also been described by terms such as dirty realism and K mart realism He published his first short story in The New Yorker,and has claimed that a rotisserie chicken helped him understand that he needed to write about ordinary peopleHe has moved away from the postmodern stylings of his older brother, Donald Barthelme, though his brother s influence can be seen in his earliest works, Rangoon and War and WarBarthelme was thirty three year editor and visionary of Mississippi Review, known for recognizing and publishing once new talents such as Larry Brown, Curtis Sittenfeld, and Amy Hempel early in their careers.