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by Arthur Mizener

eBook Modern short stories;: The uses of imagination download ISBN: 0393099725
Author: Arthur Mizener
Publisher: Norton; 3rd edition (1971)
Language: English
Pages: 816
ePub: 1459 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Short Stories and Anthologies

Modern Short Stories: Th. .has been added to your Cart. One of the texts used at SUNY, Binghamton in its course on Modern British and American Short Stories during the winter of 1986, this anthology features some of the finest short stories ever published

Modern Short Stories: Th. One of the texts used at SUNY, Binghamton in its course on Modern British and American Short Stories during the winter of 1986, this anthology features some of the finest short stories ever published.

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The short stories on this page are modern in the informal sense, as in, they are fairly recent. They were all written after 1980. I hope you find something good here! The stories are arranged from oldest to newest. They are: "Cathedral".

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Kemath
One of the texts used at SUNY, Binghamton in its course on Modern British and American Short Stories during the winter of 1986, this anthology features some of the finest short stories ever published.

However, be careful in choosing the edition because the one I purchased was an older edition that did not feature innumerable short stories that was covered during the course at SUNY, and particularly absent was my favorite short story in the anthology "You Touched Me" by D.H. Lawrence. I've been searching for an anthology featuring this short story for a very long time. If anyone can point me to an anthology that incorporates this short story, I'd be very grateful. I can be contacted at [email protected]
allegro
This is still one of the very best anthologies out there for twentieth century short stories. Fitzgerald's "Babylon Revisited," O'Connor's "My Oedipus Complex," Wharton's delicious "Roman Fever," Faulkner's "The Fire and the Hearth" -- these alone make the book worth the price, but there are many more!