Publishers Weekly (review date 1 January 1996)
SOURCE: A review of Dancing After Hours, in Publishers Weekly, Vol. 243, No. 1, January 1, 1996, pp. 58-9.
[In the following review, the critic notes that in the stories in Dancing After Hours Dubus continues the themes of his earlier work but adds a new element as a result of his accident that makes "The Colonel's Wife" and the title story especially resonant.]
Dubus's first story collection in nearly a decade [Dancing After Hours] centers around the concerns that have...
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