The Facts of Life, Stories 1940-1949: Volume III of the Collected Stories of Paul Goodman. Edited by Taylor Stoehr. Black Sparrow Press, 1979.

In these stories and sketches, written when he was establishing himself as a young man of letters in Greenwich Village, plot, character, and setting are secondary to the narrator’s criticism of American life and insights into personal psychology―this is fiction as the record of an inward search toward hard-won self-understanding.

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