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In Pieces: an Anthology of Fragmentary Writing
Edited by Olivia Dresher
Available at amazon.com and
An analytical review neither great nor awful - just analytical - of an extremely short essay. Review by Rufo Quintavelle in Nth Position Online Magazine:
...even after editing, many of these pieces still don't feel fragmentary. Take this from Felicia Waynesboro: "My husband is white and was raised Mormon. He says that everything he was taught about persecution, which the Mormons suffered mightily, was meant to teach him to have faith. I am black and I say that everything I was taught about persecution was meant to teach me to have rage. Yet it is he who has developed the greater portion of rage and I who have developed - not faith but - the greater portion of tolerance and empathy. We have each been taught poorly." This is an interesting observation but can an anecdote told in grammatically compete sentences and which even goes so far as to draw a conclusion really be considered as fragmentary?
Hobbies: How 37 Fascinating Hobbies Were Started
Edited by James Sanders
Jonathan David Publishers
Available at BookFinder.com
Out of print but still unique. Felicia's entry ends this quirky collection with the story of a young actor's hobby that seems morbid - but isn't.