MRS. DARCY AND THE BLUE-EYED STRANGER Prolific novelist Smith (On Agate Hill, 2006, etc.) offers 14 stories, most circling issues of class in the contemporary South."Bob, A Dog," about a sweet woman dumped by her educated husband, sets the tone: Highfalutin' Yankees and earthy Southerners don't mix well. In "Ultima Thule," the Dixie-born wife is the transgressor, betraying her oversensitive Northern husband. Not only Yankees but also
Review: Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger Collection of short stories that really held my interest. Quirky Southern writer that can assume voices of various characters authentically.
Review: Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger I am not a fan of books of short stories. This book was an exception. Fourteen unique stories are compelling and allow you to relate to yourself or someone you know. Extremely well written and enjoyable.
Review: Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger Southern settings; wide range of quirky characters. Enjoyable.
Review: Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger I loved this collection of short stories from Lee Smith. I am such a fan of hers anyway, but this collection focused on Southern women all types. Good reading if you are in the mood for some short reads.
LibraryThing Review short stories set in the dysfunctional south