Philosophical inquiry, examinations of language, and involuted domestic disputes are the focus of Lydia Davis's inventive collection of short fiction, "Almost No Memory." In each of these stories, Davis reveals an empathic, sometimes shattering understanding of human relationships.
About the Author
Lydia Davis is the author of several works of fiction, including Break it Down and The End of the Story. She is also a noted translator, and a collection of stories, The Old Dictionary. She teaches at Bard College and lives in Port Ewen, New York.
“Lydia Davis is one of the quiet giants in the world of American fiction.” —Benjamin Weissman, Los Angeles Times
“Frequently poetic and, without question, memorable.” —Liam Callanan, The New York Times Book Reveiw