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The ancient minstrel : novellas

Harrison, Jim 1937-2016 (author.). Szarabajka, Keith, (narrator.). Sands, Xe, (narrator.). Bramhall, Mark, (narrator.). Harrison, Jim 1937-2016 Ancient minstrel. Spoken word. (Added Author). Harrison, Jim 1937-2016 Eggs. Spoken word. (Added Author). Harrison, Jim 1937-2016 Case of the Howling Buddhas. Spoken word. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781504685023
  • ISBN: 1504685024
  • ISBN: 9781504685047
  • ISBN: 1504685040
  • Physical Description: remote
    1 online resource (1 sound file (06 hr., 28 min., 56 sec.))
  • Edition: Unabridged.
  • Publisher: [Ashland, Oregon] : Blackstone Audio, 2016.

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Participant or Performer Note: Read by Keith Szarabajka, Xe Sands and Mark Bramhall.
Summary, etc.: New York Times bestselling author Jim Harrison is one of our most beloved and acclaimed writers, adored by both readers and critics. In The Ancient Minstrel, Harrison delivers three novellas that highlight his phenomenal range as a writer, shot through with his trademark wit and keen insight into the human condition.Harrison has tremendous fun with his own reputation in the title novella, about an aging writer in Montana who spars with his estranged wife, with whom he still shares a home; weathers the slings and arrows of literary success; and tries to cope with the sow he buys on a whim and the unplanned litter of piglets that follow soon after. In "Eggs," a Montana woman reminisces about staying in London with her grandparents and collecting eggs at their country house. Years later, having never had a child, she attempts to do so. And in "The Case of the Howling Buddhas," retired Detective Sunderson-a recurring character from Harrison's New York Times bestsellers The Great Leader and The Big Seven-is hired as a private investigator to look into a bizarre cult that achieves satori by howling along with howler monkeys at the zoo. Fresh, incisive, and endlessly entertaining, with moments of both profound wisdom and sublime humor, The Ancient Minstrel is an exceptional reminder of why Jim Harrison is one of the most cherished and important writers at work today.
Source of Description Note:
Online resource; title from title details screen (OverDrive, viewed March 10, 2016)
Subject: Short stories, American
Authors -- Fiction
Childlessness -- Fiction
Cults -- Fiction
Montana -- Fiction
Short stories, American
Genre/Form: Downloadable audio books.
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