Right of Way

Right of Way Cleave Springs is a gentrifying neighborhood in the shadow of the nation s capital These insightful humane and beautifully crafted stories introduce us to the neighborhood s dazzling variety of char

  • Title: Right of Way
  • Author: Andrew Wingfield
  • ISBN: 9780931846946
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cleave Springs is a gentrifying neighborhood in the shadow of the nation s capital These insightful, humane, and beautifully crafted stories introduce us to the neighborhood s dazzling variety of characters long time survivors and new arrivals, preservationists and visionaries, black people and white people as they navigate the complexities of diversity and change, and stCleave Springs is a gentrifying neighborhood in the shadow of the nation s capital These insightful, humane, and beautifully crafted stories introduce us to the neighborhood s dazzling variety of characters long time survivors and new arrivals, preservationists and visionaries, black people and white people as they navigate the complexities of diversity and change, and strive to realize a comforting vision of home RIGHT OF WAY is the winner of the Washington Writers Publishing House 2010 fiction prize.

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    1 thought on “Right of Way”

    1. A beautiful, generous collection of gently linked stories that gradually builds and coalesces like the community at the center of the book. In that way, it's almost novel-like in its scope and concerns.

    2. Some great moments in here for those who enjoy short stories. Wingman has a knack for ending stories and for building symbols complexly within them. Something doesn't click though. While the stories did build resonance over the course of the book, they never entirely coalesced to the point of high literature in the way, say, Raymond Carver's do. Example: while Cleave Springs (the fictional suburb of DC where the stories take place) is a well thought out and well explained name. It just sounds la [...]

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