The Paris Review Book of People with Problems : Problems manifest themselves in every setting, with every person, and of course in every story. How these dilemmas emerge and are dealt with, and by whom, make up the irresistible conceit of The Paris Review's newest fiction anthology. Throughout these pages you will find men plagued with guilt, women burdened by history, scientists bound by passion, mothers fogged with delusion, and lovers vexed with jealousy. In the theme that encompasses every life, no protagonist - or reader - is exempt. With a hilarious introduction by Magnetic Fields frontman Stephin Merritt, this book is sure to be one of the most sought-after and discussed collections of the year.
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