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  1. The Housebreaker of Shady Hills by John CheeverAs they would say in Little Britain Gorgeous, 10 out of 10 The hero or is it the villain Of this story is tall and strong Or isn t he What a confusing beginning for a note that is supposed to clarify at least myself, in a few years time, when I may wonder about this short story.If the first question isserious, for I have not figured out if the lead man is good or bad, the second refers to the American measurements.We are told in the firs The Housebreaker of Shady Hills by John CheeverAs they would sa...

  2. Only read actually listened to one story from this collection on Selected Shorts podcast The Worm in the Apple is a story of a picture perfect marriage, no worm can be found

  3. I really appreciated this collection of short stories I think it highlighted a truth that only exists for the upper middle class early suburbanites I adored the way that Cheever captured these early small towners ideas about climbers, those born in the working class, the developments that were on their way, and the evil of the public library A few lines struck me I m against anything public, anything that would make this community attractive to a developmentand at the word develop I really appreciated this collection of short stories I think it highlighted a truth that only exists for the upper middle class early suburbanit...

  4. Another great Cheever book I inherited first edition vintage hardcover no less from friends who hated it I adored these storiessuburbia s hell and paradiseif you want to know the lives your parents well most of you here, your grandparents really lived in Americathis is a pretty good cross sectionand he ll show you the stuff they didn t put in the family album as wellsome weird, great awful scenes in herethe malady of impossible love is a big theme in herebut not mawkis Another great Cheever book I inherited first edition vintage hardcover no less from friends who hated it I adored these storiessuburbia s hell and paradiseif you want to know the lives your parents well most of you here, your grandparents really lived in Americathis is a pretty g...

  5. I first read this book when I was a kid, and of course I didn t really get it Maybe I do now, maybe I don t Cheever s tales of stifled but hedonistic bedroom community life are not as outdated as you might think, and I love the no fuss writing It s ...

  6. Not as fun as his later work, based on the only other Cheever book I ve read, Falconer, but still a great writer Cheever is like Salinger for grown ups Disaffected rich guy who writes about how usual it is for our society to overlook problems in the life...

  7. I d read all of these before in the collected stories volume but these are some of my favorites of his and it was nice to read them together Can t really go wrong with any Cheever short story Reading a bunch of vaguely overlapping ones doesn t really require an excuse.

  8. A wonderful collection of stories about life in the 1950 s suburbia It really made me think about how hard, lonely and boring it was to be a middle class woman in the 50 s.

  9. the real world of Mad Men suburbs amazing

  10. John Cheever s got a spot in my cynical heart.