Abish pulls off his little capers so fluently that you'll want to go along, wagging these tales behind you.
Kirkus Reviews

Minds Meet

Fiction by Walter Abish

in Abish’s first collection, Minds Meet, the story “How the Comb Gives a Fresh Meaning to the Hair” conceives of Marcel Proust living in Albuquerque, where retarded children, cabbies, Pueblo Indians, and a young couple called Mr. and Mrs. Dip flit through short paragraphs bearing titles like “Fingernails” and “Marcel’s Childhood.”

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Paperback (published January 1, 1975)

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978081120558

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978081120557

Walter Abish

Austrian-American Postmodern Novelist

Abish pulls off his little capers so fluently that you'll want to go along, wagging these tales behind you.
Kirkus Reviews