Doris Lynch (review date 15 February 1996)
SOURCE: A review of Dancing After Hours, in Library Journal, Vol. 121, No. 3, February 15, 1996, p. 177.
[In the following review, Lynch observes that Dubus "expresses some of life's important truths" through the characters of Dancing After Hours.]
These stories [in Dancing After Hours] are about women and men and the vast gulf that lies between them, which can, only sometimes, be bridged by love. Dubus, who has written eight other books of fiction and one collection of essays, lyrically...
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