What Waiting Really Means

American Literature Series
June Akers Seese

What Waiting Really Means is about emergencies that never reach the emergency room. It’s about a woman named Mary with no last name who rides buses and smokes cigars and watches the wind blow her bedroom curtains into a frenzy. It’s about cities: Detroit, New York and Atlanta. About older men. The kind who will hold you. And killers. And the boundaries they look for.

The narrator is sure of one thing: Men who wear Brooks Brothers suits and pretend to read books are a step backward and not far enough back, at that. She’s better off with her cigars at the Majestic Grill waiting while the rain beats on the windows.

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Publication: American Literature Series
Format: Paperback / softback
Number of pages: 88
ISBN-13: 9781564783943
GTIN13: 9781564783943
Publication date: 3/1/2005
Language: eng
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