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The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel is an award-winning anthology of Amy Hempel's complete work--an amalgamation of four previous collections of her stories ("Reasons to Live", "At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom", "Tumble Home", and "The Dog of the Marriage"), covering everything from marriage to minor disasters to moments of epiphany.
It has been eight years since Hempel's acclaimed collection Tumble Home appeared, fifteen years since At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom was published (now out of print and available only on the rare book market, starting at $120), and two decades since her debut with the gorgeous Reasons to Live.
The anchors of the collection are two longer pieces: the title story, and the final piece, "Offertory." The latter is a sequel, of sorts, to the novella Tumble Home, which takes the form of a letter from the narrator, a young woman in residence at a mental hospital or some kind of recovery facility, to an older eminent painter of whom, though she has met him only once, she is enamored.