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Five stories named for virtues and five for vices make up this collection from a master craftsman. Baxter’s characters muddle through small but pivotal moments, not so much confrontations as crossroads between love and destruction, desire and death. The prose resonates with distinctive turns of phrase that capture human ambiguity and uncertainty: trouble waits patiently at home, irony is the new chastity, and a dying man lives in the house that pain designed for him.  Discussion led by Claudia Cayne.
Meets in the Oak Room

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