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The Norton Anthology Of Short Fiction (2006, original release: 2006)


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Published: New York : W.W. Norton, [2006] ©2006
Edition:  Shorter seventh edition
Description:  xxiii, 929 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0393926125 (pbk.), 9780393926125 (pbk.),
Language:  English

I want to know why / Death by landscape / Sonny's blues / Gorilla, my love / Snow / An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge / Pierra Menard, author of the Quixote / Miriam / Cathedral / Paul's case / Enormous radio / Lady with the dog / Story of an hour / Heart of darkness / Continuity of parks / Open boat / Wall of fire rising / Intruder / King of the bingo game / Matchimanito / Barn burning ; Rose for Emily / Babylon revisited / Great falls / Handsomest drowned man in the word / Yellow wallpaper / Soldier's embrace / Young Goodman Brown / Hills like white elephants / Conscience of the court / Araby ; Dead / Metamorphosis ; Hunger artist / White horse / Girl / Horse dealer's daughter ; Rocking-horse winner / Ones who walk away from Omelas / Angel Levine / Disorder and early sorrow / Bliss / Shiloh / Adventure in Paris / Why I like country music / Bartleby, the scrivener / Management of grief / Royal beatings / Signs and symbols / How I contemplated the world from the Detroit house of correction and began my life over again / Things they carried / Good man is hard to find ; Everything that rises must converge / Guests of the nation / O yes / Fall of the House of Usher / Jilting of Granny Weatherall / Conversion of the Jews / Gimpel the fool / Chrysanthemums / Rules of the game / Secret life of Walter Mitty / Death of Ivan Ilych / A & P / Moths / Everyday use / Blackberry winter / Worn path / Use of force / In the garden of the North American / Kew gardens / Man who was almost a man /

Sherwood Anderson -- Margaret Atwood -- James Baldwin -- Toni Cade Bambara -- Ann Beattie -- Ambrose Bierce -- Jorge Luis Borges -- Truman Capote -- Raymond Carver -- Willa Cather -- John Cheever -- Anton Chekhov -- Kate Chopin -- Joseph Conrad -- Julio Cortazar -- Stephen Crane -- Edwidge Danticat -- Andre Dubus -- Ralph Ellison -- Louise Erdrich -- William Faulkner -- F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Richard Ford -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Nadine Gordimer -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Ernest Hemingway -- Zora Neale Hurston -- James Joyce -- Franz Kafka -- Yasunari Kawabata -- Jamaica Kincaid -- D. H. Lawrence -- Ursula K. LeGuin -- Bernard Malamud -- Thomas Mann -- Katherine Mansfield -- Bobbie Ann Mason -- Guy de Maupassant -- James Alan McPherson -- Herman Melville -- Bharati Mukherjee -- Alice Munro -- Vladimir Nabokov -- Joyce Carol Oates -- Tim O'Brien -- Flannery O'Connor -- Frank O'Connor -- Tillie Olsen -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Katherine Anne Porter -- Philip Roth -- Isaac Bashevis Singer -- John Steinbeck -- Amy Tan -- James Thurber -- Leo Tolstoy -- John Updike -- Helena Maria Viramontes -- Alice Walker -- Robert Penn Warren -- Eudora Welty -- William Carlos Williams -- Tobias Wolfe -- Virginia Woolf -- Richard Wright

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Additional Credits:
Bausch, Richard, 1945-
Cassill, R. V. 1919-2002. (Ronald Verlin),

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