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The Oxford Book Of Modern Women's Stories (1994)


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Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994
Description:  xv, 522 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0192142321 :,
Language:  English

Paul's case / Afterward / Hear the nightingale sing / Je ne parle pas francais / Miss de Mannering of Asham / That tree / Look at all those roses / In a winter landscape / Legacy / First love / Is there a life beyond the gravy? / Yonder peasant, who is he? / Which new era would that be? / Day Mr Prescott died / Day Stalin died / Blush / An interest in life / UNO 1945 / Rehabilitation of Ginevra Leake / Tea time of stouthearted ladies / House of the famous poet / Good country people / Heathy landscape with dormouse / Irish revel / Butterfly and the traffic light / Scenes of passion and despair / Something to tell the girls / A star and two girls / Overture and beginners please / Hair Jewellery / Puss-in-boots / Terrors of basket weaving / Play reading / In the Great War / Victory over Japan / On the day that E.M. Forster died / A wife's story / A pair of tickets / Meneseteung / Prophecy / Introduction --

Willa Cather -- Edith Wharton -- Caroline Gordon -- Katherine Mansfield -- F.M. Mator -- Katherine Anne Porter -- Elizabeth Bowen -- Olivia Manning -- Virginia Woolf -- Eudora Welty -- Stevie Smith -- Mary McCarthy -- Nadine Gordimer -- Sylvia Plath -- Doris Lessing -- Elizabeth Taylor -- Grace Paley -- Christina Stead -- Hortense Calisher -- Jean Stafford -- Muriel Spark -- Flannery O'Connor -- Ylvia Townsend Warner -- Edna O'Brien -- Cynthia Ozick -- Joyce Carol Oates -- Jane Gardam -- Ruth Prawer Jhabvala -- Jean Rhys -- Margaret Atwood -- Angela Carter -- Patricia Highsmith -- Elizabeth Jolley -- Fay Weldon -- Ellen Gilchrist -- A.S. Byatt -- Bharati Mukherjee -- Amy Tan -- Alice Munro -- Anjana Appachana

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Additional Credits:
Craig, Patricia.

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