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The remainder of the book deals with the community’s reaction to the suicide. A group of teenage misﬁts creates a spooky and improbable cult following, even creating a shrine to Gordy. Local anti-Semites harass Saul and Patsy. He quits teaching and starts to write an opinion column for the newspaper, which only inﬂames his opponents. Narra- Charlie’s way so he can write about them. Bradley, for example, is twice divorced, and one of his ex-wives left him not for a man but for a woman. Bradley owns the coffeehouse where another character, Chloe, works.
The second novel, Shadow Play, came out in 1993. Baxter told Paul that it was more challenging to write than First Light. Set in the town of Five Oaks, it is mostly the story of Wyatt Palmer, assistant city manager. Wyatt is the hub for a starburst of complicated relationships and decisions that make up the conﬂicts in the book. Wyatt’s father is long dead (much like Baxter’s own father), and Wyatt has been left to ponder two things: his father’s unﬁnished project made out of wood and his father’s enigmatic Thought Drawer, a collection of musings written on scraps of paper.
R. ” Critique 19, no. 1:75–89 (1977). ” Boundary 5, no. 3:813–828 (spring 1977). ” Review of Contemporary Fiction 14, no. 1:40–44 (spring 1994). Burning Down the House: Essays on Fiction. : Graywolf Press, 1997. ” New York Times, November 1, 2004, p. A25. ” New York Times, August 6, 2006, section 4, p. 13. com. ) AS EDITOR The Business of Memory: The Art of Remembering in an Age of Forgetting. : Graywolf Press, 1999. 23 CHARLES BAXTER Mifflin, Margot. ” New York Times Book Review, October 4, 1987, p.
American Writers Supplement XVII (Max Apple to Franz Wright) by Jay Parini