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Books Like The Cobweb by Raymond Carver | Suggesting Reading

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Frederick Barthelme's 1983 short story collection, Moon Deluxe, features characters from the Deep South who live alienated suburban lives spent shopping and drifting aimlessly. Barthelme, like Carver, has been labeled a minimalist and practitioner of "Kmart realism."

Carver Country: The World of Raymond Carver (1990), with photographs by Bob Adelman, presents photographs of places where Carver grew up and lived, accompanied by text from Carver's poems and stories.

Some of Carver's best-known short stories are collected in Cathedral, published in 1983.

Some critics believe Carver's 1985 collection of poems, Where Water Comes Together with Other Water, is his strongest collection.

No Heroics Please, published in 1991, collects Carver's unpublished stories, reviews, and other uncollected prose.

Tess Gallagher's 1996 collection of poems, Portable Kisses, is a collection of fine love poems, many of them inspired by her relationship with Carver.

Another practitioner of "Kmart realism" is Bobbie Ann Mason, whose short-story collection...

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