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The Ballad of the Sad Cafe and other Stories, Carson McCullers's 1951 novel. Considered by many critics to be the author's finest work, this story is about a twisted love triangle in a small southern town during the 1940s.

As I Lay Dying In William Faulkner's 1930 novel, the dying matriarch Addie Bundren bears many similarities to Pearl Tull in Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant. The two novels are also somewhat alike structurally.

Anne Tyler's Pulitzer Prize-nominated 1985 novel The Accidental Tourist is about a travel writer coping with the loss of his only son.

The Portable Chekhov. Published in 1947, this volume includes twenty-eight short stories, two plays, and a vivid selection of letters by Anton Chekhov, generally considered one of the greatest and most prolific Russian writers.

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