Additional Resources for Someone to Talk To by Deborah Eisenberg

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Dubal, David, Reflections from the Keyboard: The World of the Concert Pianist, Summit Books, 1984.

This book contains a collection of interviews with famous concert pianists, including Murray Perahia, Andre Watts, and the late Glenn Gould and Vladimir Horowitz. In each interview, Dubal and the pianist discusses performance, technique, and interpretation.

Remnick, David, comp., Wonderful Town: New York Stories from the “New Yorker,” Modern Library, 2001.

This anthology of stories originally published in the New Yorker includes Eisenberg's story “What It Was Like, Seeing Chris,” as well as stories by Philip Roth, Dorothy Parker, James Thurber, and Isaac Bashevis Singer.

Rossi, Peter H., Down and Out in America: The Origins of Homelessness, University of Chicago Press, 1991.

Rossi presents an academic analysis of the homeless and extremely poor, including demographic data, along with an interpretation of what the data means and suggestions for solutions.

Wilkinson, Daniel, Silence on...

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