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Jennifer Egan’s “Safari”

by Jennifer Egan, The Best American Short Stories, 2010, p 63 A safari is interrupted in this well-told tale of family and fear. Rolph and Charlie are joining their father, his girlfriend, and several of his associates on a safari … Continue reading

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