|Title||:||Through Many Windows|
|Format Type||:||Unknown Binding|
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Through Many Windows Reviews
These are short-short stories written for magazine publication. Written in the 1940's and 1950's they are gentle timeless pieces. Happy endings, bringing together the disconnected, very satisfying. Pg.93 Here it was, in his own small child, the spirit that refused to accept rejection, that expected the best from people, and would ultimately get the best - because it offered the best. Each story the author has added a piece of information about what inspired each story. It's just wonderful to get [...]
Arthur Gordon, who was a contributor to "Guideposts" for many years, was also a great short-story author. Most of the stories in this little volume were originally published in magazines back when magazines actually had "readin'" rather than just "pitchers" in them. (Remember those?) They are each only a few pages long, and each one is well-written and thought-provoking. Highly recommended.