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Jason Brown | The Interview

Dissecting New England's long shadows

JASON BROWN JASON BROWN (Stephanie Permain)
By Anna Mundow
November 18, 2007

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A young boy whose sister has recently drowned falls in with a backwoods daredevil who throws himself onto the railroad tracks. A man playing hockey falls through the ice. An old logger almost freezes to death in the woods. In Jason Brown's fine story collection "Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work" (Open City, paperback, $14), the inhabitants ... (Full article: 985 words)

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