Tinkers - Paul Harding

Tinkers (Bellevue Literary Press, $14.95), by Paul Harding, tells the story of George Washington Crosby, an old man on his deathbed, observing the present, remembering the past, and reconstructing in his imagination the life of his father who left his family when Crosby was a boy.  Howard Crosby had been a tinker, traveling over the Maine countryside, selling odds and ends and fixing household items.  An enthusiastic naturalist, he fashioned art out of flowers and grass and reveled in the changes of the natural world.  He was also epileptic, which made him an oddball in his small community.  Winner of this year’s Pulitzer Prize for fiction, Tinkers is lyrical, image-rich, and strikingly original.

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ISBN: 9781934137123
Availability: Out of Print in This Format
Published: Bellevue Literary Press - January 1st, 2009

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