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The American Short Story : A Collection Of The Best Known And Most Memorable Short Stories By The Great American Authors (1994)
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Call Number FICTION/AMERICAN/SC


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Published: New York : Galahad Books, 1994
Description:  xvii, 1003 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0883658739,
Language:  English




Rip Van Winkle ; Legend of Sleepy Hollow / Rappaccini's daughter / Fall of the House of Usher ; Murders in the Rue Morgue ; Purloined letter / Benito Cereno / Man without a country / Lady, or the tiger / Celebrated jumping from of Calaveras County ; Man that corrupted Hadleyburg / Luck of Roaring Camp ; Outcasts of Poker Flat / Marjorie Daw / Damned thing ; An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge / Turn of the screw / Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, and the Tar Baby / A white heron / Story of the other wise man / Return of a private / Mission of Jane / Gift of the Magi ; Furnished room / A deal in wheat / Open boat / Lost Phoebe / Paul's case / To build a fire / I'm a fool / Golden homeymoon / Afternoon of a faun / Humoresque / Silent snow, secret snow / Flowering Judas / Big blonde / Secret life of Walter Mitty /

Babylon revisited / A rose for Emily / Devil and Daniel Webster / Snows of Kilimanjaro / Lost boy / Red pony / Gimpel the fool / Imagine kissing Pete / Daring young man on the flying trapeze / Death of a traveling salesman / Christ in concrete / Country husband / Magic barrel / A silver dish / Lottery / There will come soft rains / Welcome to the monkey house / A Christmas memory / Tell me how long the train's been going / A good man is hard to find / Pigeon feathers / Where are you going, where have you been? /



Washington Irving -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Herman Melville -- Edward Everett Hale -- Frank R. Stockton -- Mark Twain -- Bret Harte -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich -- Ambrose Bierce -- Henry James -- Joel Chandler Harris -- Sarah Orne Jewett -- Henry Van Dyke -- Hamlin Garland -- Edith Wharton -- O. Henry -- Frank Norris -- Stephen Crane -- Theodore Dreiser -- Willa Cather -- Jack London -- Sherwood Anderson -- Ring Lardner -- Edna Ferber -- Fannie Hurst -- Conrad Aiken -- Katherine Anne Porter -- Dorothy Parker -- James Thurber --

F. Scott Fitzgerald -- William Faulkner -- Stephen Vincent Benét -- Ernest Hemingway -- Thomas Wolfe -- John Steinbeck -- Isaac Bashevis Singer -- John O'Hara -- William Saroyan -- Eudora Welty -- Pietro Di Donato -- John Cheever -- Bernard Malamud -- Saul Bellow -- Shirley Jackson -- Ray Bradbury -- Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. -- Truman Capote -- James Baldwin -- Flannery O'Connor -- John Updike -- Joyce Carol Oates

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Additional Credits:
Parkes, Thomas K.

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