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What kind of man leaves the infant son he loves on a doorstep in a strange town and drives away? With its present set in the summer of 1985 and its past reaching from 1950 to 1974, Einstein's Fiddle is a dramatic examination of Davy Calhoun's journey from home to the far country and back. The language and landscape of the novel vary between the existential and familial, tragic and comic, as the non-linear narrative - by turns realistic, lyrical, magical - focuses fearlessly on Davy's fall, dishonor and redemption.
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