This Is How You Lose Her (Paperback)
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This Is How You Lose Her (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 05/09/2013
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Junot Diaz's new collection, This Is How You Lose Her, is a collection of linked narratives about love - passionate love, illicit love, dying love, maternal love - told through the lives of New Jersey Dominicans, as they struggle to find a point where their two worlds meet. In prose that is endlessly energetic and inventive, tender and funny, it lays bare the infinite longing and inevitable weaknesses of the human heart. Most of all, these stories remind us that the habit of passion always triumphs over experience and that 'love, when it hits us for real, has a half-life of forever'.

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571294213

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“Loved this-compelling read”

Juno Diaz's "This is how you lose her" is a collection of short stories featuring Yunior- a reoccurring character in Diaz's work. I hadn't read Diaz's earlier works but still thoroughly... More

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2nd September 2012
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“A Lively collection of short stories”

This was an enjoyable holiday read, with general themes of love and loss. A lively main character is central to the stories which explore the lives and experiences of Domincan immigrants in New Jersey, primarily from... More

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29th August 2012
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Emma Prince at Southampton West Quay

“Literary tales of every type of love...”

This is a surprising collection of short stories that I ended up enjoying in spite of initial concerns after reading the first story in the book. All of the stories bear some reference to, or are narrated by, the hard... More

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30th April 2014
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