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"Laughing Thing” by William Saroyan

“Evan Nazarenus, a university professor of Armenian origin, takes his family to spend time at his brother's country house in Clovis, California. After a long absence due to work, he wants to resume his relationship with Swan, his wife, and get closer to their young children, Red and Eva, for whom entering the diaphanous joy of childhood will bear the imprint of ripe figs and vineyards to the sun. But if the idyllic Californian summer offers the most consummate earthly happiness, the sudden revelation of a betrayal leads the Nazarenus family to the brink of hell."

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Laughing Thing / William Saroyan; English translation by Stella Mastrangelo. — Barcelona: Cliff, 2008. — 205 p.; 21cm — (Narrative of the Cliff; 132).

DL B-1-624-2008 — ISBN 978-84-96834-37-8

PS3537.A826 L3818 2008