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Adams, Alice. The Stories of Alice Adams. Knopf, 2002. $30.00. (F)

Arroyo, Rane. Home Movies of Narcissus, Univ. of Arizona Press, 2002. Paper: $14.95. (P)

Auchincloss, Louis. Her Infinite Variety. Mariner, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

--. The Rector of Justin. Mariner, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Auster, Paul. The Red Notebook. New Directions, 2002. Paper: $10.95. (NF)

Becker, Jurek. The Boxer Trans. Alessandra Bastagli. Arcade, 2002. $24.95. (F)

Blanchot, Maurice. Aminadab. Trans. and intro. Jeff Fort. Univ. of Nebraska Press, 2002. Paper: $22.00. (F)

Blee, Jill. The Liberator's Birthday. Indra, 2002. Paper: $20.95. (F)

Boyd, Greg. The Double (Doppelangelganger): An Annotated Novel. Illus. by the author Leaping Dog, 2002. Paper: $14.95. (F)

Brennan, Jonathan, ed. Mixed Race Literature. Stanford Univ. Press, 2002. Paper: $21.95. (NF)

Calder, Richard, Frenzetta, Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002. Paper: $13.95. (F)

Calisher, Hortense. Sunday Jews. Harcourt, 2002. $28.00. (F)

Cela, Camilo Jose. Boxwood. Trans. Patricia Haugaard. New Directions, 2002. $25.95. (F)

Charyn, Jerome. The Isaac Quartet. Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002. $35.00. (F)

Chukovskaya, Lydia. The Akhmatova Journals, Volume I: 1938-1941. Trans. Milena Michalski, Sylva Rubashova, and Peter Norman. Northwestern Univ. Press, 2002. Paper: $24.95. (NF)

Cisneros, Sandra. Caramelo. Knopf, 2002. $24.00. (F)

Coetzee, J. M. Youth: Scenes from Provincial Life II. Viking, 2002. $22.95. (F)

Colchie, Thomas, ed. A Whistler in the Nightworld: Short Fiction from the Latin Americas. Plume, 2002. Paper: $16.00. (F)

Consenstein, Peter. Literary Memory, Consciousness, and the Group Oulipo. Editions Rodopi, 2002. Paper: $42.00. (NF)

Cooper, Dennis. My Loose Thread. Canongate, 2002. $18.00. (F)

Corriveau, Art. Housewrights. Penguin, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Cumming, Deborah. The Descent of Music. Plum Branch, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Davis, Jerome. Waiting to Expire. 1999. Paper: $15.00. (P)

Davis-Goff, Annabel. This Cold Country. Harcourt, 2002. $25.00. (F)

Davison, Philip. The Crooked Man. Penguin, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

DeLancey, Kiki. Coal Miner's Holiday. Sarabande, 2002. Paper: $13.95. (F)

DeMott, Robert, ed. Conversations with Jim Harrison. Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2002. Paper: $18.00. (NF)

Desautels, Edward. Flicker in the Porthole Glass. Mammoth, 2002. Paper: $17.95. (F)

Des Forets, Louis-Rene. Ostinato. Trans. and preface Mary Ann Caws. Univ. of Nebraska Press, 2002. Paper: $19.95. (NF)

Dewey, Joseph. Understanding Richard Powers. Univ. of South Carolina Press, 2002. $29.95. (NF)

Dorfman, Ariel. Blake's Therapy. Seven Stories, 2002. Paper: $12.95. (F)

Drucker, Johanna, and Susan Bee. A Girl's Life. Granary, 2002. Paper: $24.95. (F)

Duval, Jean-Francois. Bukowski and the Beats: A Commentary on the Beat Generation. Trans. Alison Ardron. Sun Dog, 2002. Paper: $15.95. (NF)

Eco, Umberto. Baudolino. Trans. William Weaver. Harcourt, 2002. $27.00. (F)

Edelman, Gwen. War Story. Riverhead, 2002. Paper: $13.00. (F)

Emschwiller, Carol. The Mount. Small Beer, 2002. Paper: $16.00. (F)

--. Report to the Men's Club. Small Beer, 2002. Paper: $16.00. (F)

Epstein, Mikhail N. Cries in the New Wilderness. Trans. and intro. Eve Adler. Paul Dry, 2002. Paper: $15.95. (F)

Ferguson, Will. Happiness[TM]. Canongate, 2002. $24.00. (F)

Ferre, Rosario. Flight of the Swan. Plume, 2002. Paper: $14.00. (F)

Foer, Jonathan Safron. Everything Is Illuminated. Houghton Mifflin, 2002. $24.00. (F)

Forbes, Leslie. Fish, Blood and Bone. Bantam, 2002. Paper: $13.95. (F)

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