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Selected Stories (1993, original release: 1993)


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Published: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, [1993] ©1993
Series: Penguin twentieth-century classics.
Description:  xx, 521 pages ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0140186883 :,
Language:  English

Coming out of Maggie -- A service of love -- Between rounds -- An unfinished story -- After twenty years -- By courier -- Pendulum -- Buyer from Cactus City -- Brickdust Row -- Foreign policy of Company 99 -- Count and the wedding guest -- Country of elusion -- Ransom of Mack -- Higher abdication -- A call loan -- Princess and the puma -- Indian summer of Dry Valley Johnson -- Reformation of calliope --

Complete life of John Hopkins -- Dougherty's eye opener -- While the auto waits -- Defeat of the city -- Plutonian fire -- Squaring the circle -- Fool killer -- Transients in Arcadia -- Extradited from Bohemia -- From each according to his ability -- Memento -- Jeff Peters as a personal magnet -- Modern rural sports -- Man higher up -- Hostages to Momus -- Guardian of the accolade -- Phoebe -- A double dyed deceiver -- A retrieved reformation -- Friends in San Rosario -- Emancipation of Billy -- A departmental case -- Renaissance at Charleroi -- Two renegades --

"The Rose of Dixie" -- Schools and schools -- Thimble, thimble -- Moment of victory -- No story -- Gold that glittered -- Day resurgent -- Thing's the play -- A municipal report -- Proof of the pudding -- Venturers -- Theory and the hound -- Ransom of Red Chief -- Whirligig of life -- Roads we take -- A blackjack bargainer -- One dollar's worth -- Madame Bo Peep, of the ranches -- Witches' loaves -- Duplicity of Hargraves -- October and June -- Church with an overshot wheel -- Atavism of John Tom Little Bear -- Marquis and Miss Sally -- Out of Nazareth -- Hearts and hands

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