Virtuoso. I think I’ve read all of E.L. Doctorow’s novels, and most of his short stories. His new collection of a dozen previously published and new short stories is titled, All the Time in the World. Within the constraints of the short story form, Doctorow masterfully presents fully developed characters in situations that are described well and that unveil aspects of human behavior that will resonate with and engage readers. Those readers who are too busy for long forms of fiction will find that reading one of these stories at a time is pleasurable and achievable. Any reader who recognizes and admires fine literary writing will enjoy each of these twelve stories.
Rating: Four-star (Highly Recommended)
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