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Kraft By Jonnie Hallman
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Kraft By Michael Milano
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Reservations Recommended • Eric Kraft By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy constructs a plausible adult life for his grade school chum Matthew Barber, now living in Boston, where he is vice-president of a toy company by day, but becomes Bertram W. Beath,... More > restaurant reviewer, when the sun goes down. Reservations Recommended is a satire of the critical mind; a dark commentary on contemporary culture; a story of midlife crisis; a morality play; and a book that matches bleakness against humor, seasoned throughout with B. W. Beath’s hilariously acid reviews. We watch as Matthew Barber descends from a self-protective superiority into a species of madness, and into the dark night of the soul. “A brilliant satire.” LA Life “A merciless sendup of contemporary American pretensions.’ Janice Harayda, Cleveland Plain Dealer “Wonderfully readable . . . touching and intelligent.” Richard Gehr, The Village Voice< Less
At Home with the Glynns • Eric Kraft By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy receives his sexual initiation at the hands of the Glynn twins, becomes a sketch doctor, listens to many tales about the night the Nevsky mansion burned, learns the value of hope, and... More > discovers the love of his life. As is usual with Peter's recollections, we are never certain where memory ends and imagination begins—but we are certain that we are reading the work of a brilliant memoirist who reconstructs his past with wry humor, nostalgia, satire, and dazzling invention. “A witty and wildly digressive epistemological examination in the form of a childhood reminiscence.” The New Yorker “Wholly engaging . . . a daring tour de force.” Jonathan Baumbach, The New York Times Book Review “One of the more hilariously erotic pieces of writing since Lolita.” Edward Hannibal, The East Hampton Star< Less
Kraft Magazine By Luke Williams
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The Kraft Family of New Albany, Indiana By Anita Kraft
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Family History of George Kraft.
The Kraft Family of New Albany, Indiana By Anita Kraft
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What a Piece of Work I Am • Eric Kraft By Eric Kraft
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“[What a Piece of Work I Am] centers on the sultry Ariane, who had been the town bad girl in the 1950s. Baring the sexual secrets and bizarre events of her past . . . Ariane pieces together a... More > wild, fascinating tale based on her erotic history. Peter listens as Ariane, who is six years older and more worldly, recounts growing up lower-class and having sex with many boys while the good girls shunned and hounded her for it. He remembers vividly his own puppy love for this luscious older sister of his best friend, Raskol. . . . A rebel before her time, questing, daring yet bumbling in the back seats of guys’ cars, fearless to the point of foolishness, she remains resilient enough to pursue a twisting life’s odyssey that demonstrates her growing sophistication in matters of love and sex." Mark Ciabattari, Washington Post Book World A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK OF THE YEAR< Less
Where Do You Stop? • Eric Kraft By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy finally completes a junior-high-school science assignment, thirty years late, exploring along the way quantum physics, entropy, epistemology, principles of uncertainty and discontinuity,... More > a range of life’s Big Questions, and his memories of his intoxicating science teacher, Miss Rheingold. “Warm . . . thought-provoking . . . charming . . . delightful.” Library Journal (starred review) “A book designed to leave its readers—and it deserves many of them—as happy as clams.” Walter Satterthwait, The New York Times Book Review “Luminously intelligent fun.” Time< Less

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