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History of the Rain:Niall Williams We are our stories. We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling. So says Ruthie Swain,the bedridden daughter of a dead poet, home from college after a collapse, she is trying to find her father through stories and through her own writing. Ruthie turns also to the books her father left behind, his library transposed to her bedroom and stacked on the floor, which she pledges to work her way through while she’s still living.