A Leaf and a Rose (a Paris-Munich Romance-Novelette): And a Comprehensive Selection, Portable Library of New Stories...! Vol. III
Publication date: January 2010
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
In these vital writings, an extraordinary collection of stories, and the third book of natural writings by the author, is the single most amassed semiautobiographical accounts, tales, articles, and fiction to date: stories out of Minnesota, Alaska, San Francisco, and Peru; also War stories, articles on: bullfighting; the Virginity of Mary. To include short stories: "A Fear and a Dream"; "A Dark, Dim-lit Corner"; "The Wild Sandboils"; "Journey of a Woman"; "Coming Home, One Survivor"; and two Shannon O'Day Stories. Chick Evens, Mr. Siluk's fictional counterpart is a character he created some ten-years ago, and placed in his personal writings, tales, of his early life. Here in this book are several of these stories with this character in place; also seen in his previous two books, "Cornfield Laughter," and "Men with Torrent Women." The pieces in this volume represent the author's most demanding hours in writing, which includes: the novelette and European romance: "A Leaf and a Rose"; an indispensable play, which took several years to put pen to paper, "The Fruitcake"; there are four extracts from the book "Old Josh, in: Poor Black" (sketches of the old south); three poems; and a short novelette called: "There Was a Lady."