Short stories are often treated as the poor cousins of novels.
Life is something that no one can teach you,You have to learn it.
Hester Lipp had written Where the Sidewalk Starts, an inexplicably acclaimed book of memoir, recounting — in severe language and strange, striking imagery — Lipp’s childhood and adolescence on a leafy suburban street in Burlington....
And she did what nobody thought of doing… she consulted Anne.
What the best novels and novelists do is to offer a different way of seeing.