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Greasy Lake & Other Stories
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  1. and Other Stories," first published in 1985, is a collection of unrelated, masterfully crafted, and amusingly shocking tales by the American author T. Coraghessan Boyle

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  2. The collection reflects the fears, anxieties and issues of America in the 1980’s, especially in regard to the fear of a nuclear holocaust. “One of the astonishing things about looking back at old stories are their references to then-current polit

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  3. When he spoke with the San Francisco Chronicle, he revealed the reason behind his focus on the anxieties of American society at large. "I worry about everything in the world," Boyle says, "and it's just too much for anybody to think about, so I have

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  4. The title story of this collection was inspired by Bruce Springsteen’s song Spirit in the Night

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  5. Boyle himself is a musician and once aspired to play rock music

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