By Kelly Link
Kelly Link’s enticing and humorous moment assortment — name it kitchen-sink magical realism — riffs on haunted comfort shops, husbands and other halves, rabbits, zombies, weekly apocalyptic poker events, witches, superheroes, marriage, and cannons — and comprises numerous new tales. hyperlink is an unique voice: nobody else writes really like this.
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She smoothed the apricot fabric of her kimono and traced her finger along the delicate embroidered willow tree branches that swept from the hem up to and over her left shoulder. She counted the birds when she was sure she had found them all, she reluctantly tried to turn her attention to the conversation that so intrigued her father, her future father-in-law, and her fiiture husband. They were talking of America, as usual, a subject that seemed to fascinate her father and the baron. Hiroki was speaking.
It is ordered, it is clean, it has a design. Each rock, each plant, each tree has its place; each was removed from its nursery or from nature and assumes its proper station in the garden. American life is a weed patch where every member mMst find its place, some spend their entire lives searching and never find their place. In Japan there is no need to look for one's proper station one is bom into it. I was bom into mine, you were bom into yours. Mine is to be Baron Okumo's samurai retainer; yours is to fill the special role he has planned for you, known only to him.
She was so happy here in the Gakushuin, the Peers' School. To cross the Pacific and live 38 F. Paul Wikon she was learning English, but the thought of having to speak and listen to it every day, to learn through it she could not do id She would wither and die in America! Yet she had to go. The joining of the Mazakis to the old and venerable Okumo house would bring great honor to her father, and she was the link. To even question her father's decision would be among Americans . . . unthinkable.
Magic for Beginners by Kelly Link