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Lauren Groff's short fiction collection "Florida" assembles 11 stories, most of which have been published in recent years, to critical approval. Several appeared in The New Yorker and her work has been included in "The Best American Short Stories". For those new to her work, the collection can be a not-so-smooth introduction.Groff, whose pages are filled with potent, original prose, is a gifted guide to a strikingly vivid Florida of the mind. At others it's elemental: storms, swamps, scrub forests and run-down camps form eerie backdrops as vestiges of Old Florida give way to New Florida's contemporary angst.Lauren Groff's "Florida" is published by Riverhead Books
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