Inherited  by Amanda Curtin

Reviewed by
December 2011–January 2012, no. 337

Inherited  by Amanda Curtin

Reviewed by
December 2011–January 2012, no. 337

Inheritance is either a burden or a blessing in this selection of Amanda Curtin’s short stories. Strung like beads under evocative headings, each story addresses an aspect of love, loss, grief, or desire, and reveals Curtin’s capacity for empathetic characterisation.

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