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The Oxford Book Of American Short Stories (1992)
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FictionFICTION/OXFORD/SCDue 08-22-15
Published: Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992
Description:  xiv, 768 p. ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0195070658 (acid-free paper) :,
Language:  English


Includes index



Rip Van Winkle / Peter Rugg, the missing man / The wives of the dead / The paradise of bachelors and the tartarus of maids / The tell-tale heart / The ghost in the mill / Cannibalism in the cars / A white heron / The storm / The sheriff's children / The yellow wallpaper / The middle years / In a far country / Old woman Magoun / The little regiment / A journey / The strength of God /

A death in the desert / Blood-burning moon / A clean, well-lighted place / An alcoholic case / The girl with a pimply face / He / That evening sun / Sweat / Red-headed baby / The man who was almost a man / A distant episode / A late encounter with the enemy / Sony's blues / Battle royal / There will come soft rains / Rain in the heart / Where is the voice coming from? /

The lecture / My son the murderer / Something to remember me by / The death of Justina / Texts / The school / The persistence of desire / Alaska / Are these actual miles? / Yellow Woman / The shawl / Heat / Hunters in the snow / The things they carried / Big Bertha stories / Fever / The management of grief / Two kinds / Fleur / Gravity /

The house on Mango Street; What Sally said; Linoleum roses; A house of my own / Town Smokes /



Washington Irving -- William Austin -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Herman Melville -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Harriet Beecher Stowe -- Samuel Clemens -- Sarah Orne Jewett -- Kate Chopin -- Charles Chesnutt -- Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Henry James -- Jack London -- Mary E. Wilkins Freeman -- Stephen Crane -- Edith Wharton -- Sherwood Anderson

Willa Cather -- Jean Toomer -- Ernest Hemingway -- F. Scott Fitzgerald -- William Carlos Williams -- Katherine Anne Porter -- William Faulkner -- Zora Neale Hurston -- Langston Hughes -- Richard Wright -- Paul Bowles -- Falnnery O'Connor -- James Baldwin -- Ralph Ellison -- Ray Bradbury -- Peter Taylor -- Eudora Welty

Isaac Bashevis Singer -- Bernard Malamud -- Saul Bellow -- John Cheever -- Ursula K. Le Guin -- Donald Barthelme -- John Updike -- Alice Adams -- Raymond Carver -- Leslie Marmon Silko -- Cynthia Ozick -- Joyce Carol Oates -- Tobias Wolff -- Tim O'Brien -- Bobbie Ann Mason -- John Edgar Wideman -- Bharati Mukherjee -- Amy Tan -- Louise Erdrich -- David Leavitt

Sandra Cisneros -- Pinckney Benedict

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Additional Credits:
Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-

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