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This is the second collection of stories from Germany's Judith Hermann's, author of 'The Summer House'.
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Judith Hermann was born in Berlin in 1970. She has published two collections of short stories.Review:
`Hermann is a reserved and careful writer...Several stories here throw up moments of startling clarity.' Metro `A fascinating writer who, in the short story, had found the perfect form.' Independent Praise for `The Summer House, Later' (2001): `A daringly lyrical collection.' Oprah Magazine `An elegant and perceptive reading on the emptiness that fills our lives. Its author is a master storyteller.' Independent `A collection of striking distinction and poise. Some of the stories touch on brilliance. She can rival the best contemporary exponents of short fiction. Exceptional.' Sunday Business Post `Tales of impressive quality and formidable originality.' Sunday Times `Cool...told without sentimentality, drawing power from the precision of the language and from a laconic style that narrates but refuses to explain.' TLS
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