In the Museum of the Americas

A Short Short Story

by Richard Bausch

Excellent piece of work. So elegant and moving in its execution, so personal and intimate in voice. We feel the character's burden, see the solace, and love him through this heart-shattering grief. He did nothing wrong haunts us after the story is done, echoes and reverbs like the remnants of some beautiful piece of music.

Distilled down to the pure thing--this story grabs you.

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