Afterword to 'Die Goldgraber.': An article from: The Review of Contemporary Fiction
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From the supplier: Writing as life and occupation is made manifest in the stories in 'The Gold Diggers, and Other Stories.' Prose, which is the exercise of one's imaginative faculties, frees one from the limits of daily life; therefore its value cannot be set. In this collection, the story form approaches poetry in that it swiftly attained its being. The external frame was limited to five, single space pages for each story. Perhaps, because of this, each word, each comma, each period was pushed to its affective limit so that the speaking voice could be heard, literally, within the disciplined limitation.
Title: Afterword to 'Die Goldgraber.'
Author: Robert Creeley
Publication: The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Refereed)
Date: September 22, 1995
Publisher: Review of Contemporary Fiction
Volume: v15 Issue: n3 Page: p97(4)
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