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Empire Falls

USE220
Richard Russo
Vintage Books
2002
496
0375726403
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Literature
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A quiet novel, lovingly set in a fictitious Maine mill town, which Russo has wryly called Empire Falls. Those who have read Russo's earlier books set in upstate New York will recognize the familiar themes of blue-collar struggle for economic survival; the frustrations of love and loss; and subtle nuances of class. Russo has composed an entertaining and poignant portrait of what lies beneath the facade of small-town New England life. Winner of the 2002 Pulitzer Prize

ISBN: 9780375726408
$16.95
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