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Melding wit with melancholy, Berlin’s art distils miracles from the gatherings of everyday women—whom, though lost, are also strong, clever, and, though fictive, utterly real. They embody the ennui of the wayward Christians and inveterate hitchhikers who populate the cafeterias and self-service laundries of the American Southwest, navigating their workaday worlds of jockeys, doctors, and switchboard operators, where they laugh, and they mourn, and they drink. Berlin remains a highly influential writer, and this remarkable collection from a master of the form is not to be missed.