Author: Cristen Hemingway Jaynes
The Smallest of Entryways (2012) is a collection of nine short stories by Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, the great-granddaughter of Nobel Prize winner, Ernest Hemingway. The stories in The Smallest of Entryways paint a picture of a child, at first helplessly affected and then, as she grows into an adult, shaped by the alcohol dependence of her mother.
The stories were written over a twelve-year span; this is her first collection.
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