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The Cantabrigian Rowing Society's Saturday Night Bash

Kenvin, Roger Lee

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ISBN 10: 0965663515 / ISBN 13: 9780965663519
Published by July Blue Press, 1998
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Title: The Cantabrigian Rowing Society's Saturday ...

Publisher: July Blue Press

Publication Date: 1998

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Fifteen international short stories

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Exciting new stories from India, England, Russia, California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Virginia make up Roger Lee Kenvin's latest collection The Cantabrigian Rowing Society's Saturday Night Bash, fifteen tales spanning the entire twentieth century. The controversial title story, both theatrical and menacing, exposes the tough underbelly in a placid English university town of the 1990s. In easy, elegant prose, Kenvin dramatizes encounters like those of a rebellious boy with Sigmund Freud in London on the eve of World War II, the angry reaction of an actor against the mourners at Anton Chekhov's botched Russian funeral in 1904, the poignant romance of two New Yorkers in the Ginger Rogers-Fred Astaire world of 1939, and the final cry from the heart of a divorced man dying of aids in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. in the late 1980s. Equally, Kenvin's comic powers shine in "Doris," the perfect woman, so magnificent she will never disappoint any man on earth, and the hilarious action-adventure story, California-style, "The Bus on the Via Triumphans." Three stories illuminate the fascinating people of contemporary India, and "Argos" is an imaginative postmodern rendering of Aeschylus' Oresteia. Author of the play Krishnalight and the story collections The Gaffer and Seven Fables and Harpo's Garden, Roger Lee Kenvin once again delights readers with his infinite variety and high style in The Cantabrigian Rowing Society's Saturday Night Bash.

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