The River Swimmer by Jim Harrison, Grove Press, 198 pages
In this era of long and longer novels, the novella might seem endangered. Not if Jim Harrison can help it. Among his nearly 20 works of fiction, Harrison has written a half dozen collections of short long stories — or are they long short stories? — usually three to a volume and contrasting in tone, temper, and theme: one serious, one comical, one quasi-metaphysical.
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