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The twenty-five finest short stories
O"Brien, Edward Joseph Harrington
|Statement||edited by Edward J. O"Brien|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
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21 Essential American Short Stories is a collection of beloved stories that have comprised an important part of the fabric of our culture, from the earliest days of our nation to the twentieth century.
Some of the stories, such as Washington Irving’s “Rip Van Winkle,” O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi,” William Faulkner’s “A Rose 5/5(4). A collection of 25 Great American Novels: The Scarlet Letter, Moby Dick, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Main Street, The Jungle, The Secret Garden, The Red Badge of Courage, The Call of the Wild, and more.
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This classic collection of short stories showcases some of the finest authors of the early 20th century, but not necessarily their best work. There are a few very good short stories interspersed among some mediocre ones, but their mediocrity stems more from a lack of /5. The books blurb states, Profound, lyrical, shocking, wise: the short story is capable of almost anything, and goes on to describe the way in which the stories range from the essential to the unexpected, the traditional to the surreal Here are childhood favourites and neglected masters, twenty-first century wits and national treasures, Man Booker/5.
There are nine stories in the set, the very brief “Hanging Out at the Buena Vista” (a story of love among the aged and infirm), several stories of approximately 20 pp. in length, the masterpiece, “When the Women Come Out to Dance,” and two novellas (or nearly so), “Fire in the Hole” and “Tenkiller”.Cited by: 2.
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This collection of of the finest stories ever written ranges from the essential to the unexpected, the traditional to the surreal.
Wide in scope, both beautiful and vast, this is the perfect companion for any fiction lover. Here are childhood favourites and neglected masters, twenty-first century wits and.
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Wide in scope, both beautiful and vast, this is the perfect companion for any fiction lover/5(69). The story is one of several short stories from Joyce’s The Dubliners and is available for free.
The story is about a young woman having second thoughts about leaving her homeland of Ireland. “Interpreter Of Maladies,” Jhumpa Lahiri “In its own way this correspondence would fulfill his dream, of serving as an interpreter between Author: Katherine Eion.
has published one of my short they have noted, this story—called “Firstborn”—was the first sf story I ever published. Though “published” is kind of a loose term here, as the story originally appeared in The Leading Edge, a BYU publication with a very limited print run.(This was after I’d.
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It’s a collection that’s striking for its audacity to be a debut—completely assured of voice, of character, and of a setting that is utterly realized.
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This list of must-read contemporary short story collections is sponsored by Random House’s Buzziest Short Story Collections of From New York Times bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld’s dazzling first collection, You Think It, I’ll Say It, to National Book Award winner Denis Johnson’s final collection, The Largesse of the Sea Maiden, there’s something for every book lover.
Five of the finest German short stories — each a well-known pinnacle of the author's art — have been specially chosen for this dual-language edition. Reprinted here in the order of their original publication, the stories are: Heinrich von Kleist's "The Earthquake in Chile," E.
Hoffmann's "The Sandman," Arthur Schnitzler's "Lieutenant Gustl," Thomas Mann's "Tristan," and Franz Kafka's "The Judgment."/5(45). Richard Ford, who is among the finest of American novelists and short-story writers, edits and introduces this volume.
First published by Granta Books init became the definitive anthology of American short fiction written in the last half of the twentieth century - an 'exemplary choice' in the words of the Washington Post - with stories by writers such as Eudora Welty, John Cheever and 4/5(11).
But the hapless short-story book is still generally referred to as a “collection” in English. Choosing a single story by one of Latin America’s finest writers is a cruel exercise but a. "Five-Twenty" is a Realistic short story by Patrick White about a retired couple who become obsessed with a man driving by their house at pm every day.
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The Noir Series dives deeper into Latin America, into a city with a long history, both glorious and sinister. Edited by: Ed Park and Brigid Hughes. Joyce Carol Oates, Lawrence Block, and others present original stories from the dark side of New York’s second biggest city.
Edited by: David L. Ulin. Malice and mayhem simmer beneath the surface. In an introduction of significantly more than twenty-five words, Swartwood surveys the range of fiction—the familiar novel, novella, and short story, and their miniaturized, rarer cousins, “sudden fiction, flash fiction, micro fiction, drabble, dribble,” all apparently real and distinct : Ian Crouch.
The C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize includes $10, and book publication for a debut book of short fiction. Michael Curtis served as an editor of The Atlantic since and as fiction editor since and has discovered or edited some of the finest short story writers of the modern era, including Tobias Wolff, Joyce Carol Oates.
And yet all the stories had something wonderful in them and if I could carve the prize into twenty-five pieces, or thousands of pieces, and give them each the top award, I would. Keep writing, keep reading, keep creating. And rage on BIOGRAPHIES. Tracey Slaughter is a poet and short story writer from Aotearoa New Zealand.
Eudora Alice Welty (Ap – J ) was an American short story writer and novelist who wrote about the American novel The Optimist's Daughter won the Pulitzer Prize in Welty received numerous awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Order of the was the first living author to have her works published by the Library of : Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, The.
Roald Dahl's 10 finest hours From children's books to dark tales of murder, there are countless moments of brilliance in Roald Dahl's writing: here are ten. This short story from the. A collection of Caimh’s finest short fiction including short stories featuring Bunny McGarry and novellas featuring The sisters of The Saint and Smithy and Diller – plus, lots of other short stories.
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The Guardian - Back to home. and may even be the finest short story ever written/drawn in comics. The reader goes through emotions of sympathy, revulsion, love, anger and frustration for all. Eleven classic short stories by the great French master of the form.
Included are: One Evening, The Devil, A Sister's Confession, The Beggar, The Drunkard, The Adopted Son, An Artifice, My Uncle Sosthenes, Father Milon, The Piece of String, and Solitude. The short story is the perfect format for the ghost stories. Today is the perfect day to be reading them.
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Sat 28 Apr EDT. First published on. On the eve of the US election, we publish a new story by Lorrie Moore, the finest short-story writer in America today Lorrie Moore Fri 31 Oct.
Read an Excerpt. Publisher's Preface. There has long been a need for a complete and up-to-date edition of the short stories of Ernest Hemingway.
Until now the only such volume was the omnibus collection of the first forty-nine stories published in together with Hemingway's play The Fifth Column. That was a fertile period of Hemingway's writing and a number of stories based on his /5(71).
David L. Ulin of the Los Angeles Times wrote that "Smith is at her finest" in Grand Union and praised the collection's "balance between humor and self-laceration."  Writing for Literary Hub, author John Freeman called Smith "one of our finest short story writers" and said, "The compression and swiftness of these tales are opposite skills to Author: Zadie Smith.