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James Lasdun (born 1958) is an English novelist and poet. Lasdun was born in London, the son of Susan (Bendit) and British architect Sir Denys Lasdun. Lasdun has written four novels, including

James Lasdun (born 1958) is an English novelist and poet. Lasdun has written four novels, including. a New York Times Notable Book, and., which was an Economist Book of the Year and was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize for fiction. He has published four collections of short stories, including. the title story of which was adapted for film by Bernardo Bertolucci as. in 1998. His latest collection.

James Lasdun's Delirium Eclipse, published in 1986, won him outstanding praise as a writer of distinctive gifts and great promise. Three Evenings, a new collection of electrically charged, haunting stories, confirms his unique talent for exploring the undertones of contemporary experience and secures his place as one of the most brilliant British writers of his generation.

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James Lasdun's two collections of short stories, Delirium Eclipse and Three Evenings. - The New York Times, Michiko Kakutani. - James Wood, The Guardian. James Lasdun is the author of The Fall Guy, The Horned Man, and Seven Lies, several poetry and short story collections, and a memoir. He teaches at the New York State Writers Institute and lives in upstate New York.

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When James Lasdun’s first collection of stories, Delerium Eclipse . In 1988 he published a book of poems, A Jump Start, to critical acclaim.

When James Lasdun’s first collection of stories, Delerium Eclipse and Other Stories (1985) appeared, it was clear that his gifts for sensuous prose and psychological surprise would enable him to go far. In this collection, he continues to develop his talent for arresting images, vividly captured human emotions, and morally exciting situations. This too could explain the delay of the novel. In any case, Three Evenings is more of a replay of what readers saw in Delerium Eclipse and Other Stories than an incursion into newer worlds of experience or literary innovation.

James Lasdun (born 1958) is an American poet and novelist. Lasdun was born in London, England. He has lived in the United States since 1986. Lasdun has written 2 novels: The Horned Man (2002), a New York Times Notable Book; and Seven Lies, which was an Economist Book of the Year and was longlisted for the 2006 Man Booker Prize for fiction

Stefan Vogel, a young man growing up in the former East Germany, longs for love, glory and freedom - yearnings that express themselves in a lifelong fantasy of going to America. In this taut psychological thriller, a couple and their houseguest find themselves caught in a deadly web of secrets, obsession, and revenge. Lawrence Miller, an English expatriate in New York, tells the story of what appears to be an elaborate conspiracy to frame him for a series of brutal killings.

This second story collection from one of the most brilliant English writers of his generation confirmed his unique talent for exploring the undertones of contemporary experience. "Trumpet Voluntary" imagines an England of the future that has returned to a repressive form of absolute monarchy; the book's centerpiece, "Three Evenings," portrays a young man's encounter with an old love in an unexpected and unsettling locale.
Three Evenings: Stories download epub
Short Stories & Anthologies
Author: James Lasdun
ISBN: 0374208875
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Language: English
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 1st American ed edition (June 15, 1992)
Pages: 192 pages