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Tag: Elisa Albert
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"All your stories are the same," a British girl in an MFA creative writing program tells the Jewish students in one of the short stories in Elisa Albert's new collection, "How This Night Is Different" (Free Press, $18). "I just feel like I read the same stories over and over again...