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Collected Stories (2009)
Series: Library of America #195
(Book)

Call Number FICTION/CARVER,R/SC


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LocationCall NumberItem Status
FictionFICTION/CARVER,R/SCAvailable
Published: New York : Library of America c2009
Series: Library of America
Description:  xiii, 1019 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781598530469, 1598530461,
Language:  English


Will you please be quiet, please? -- Fat -- Neighbors -- The idea -- They're not your husband -- Are you a doctor? -- The father -- Nobody said anything -- Sixty acres -- What's in Alaska? -- Night school -- Collectors -- What do you do in San Francisco? -- The student's wife -- Put yourself in my shoes -- Jerry and Molly and Sam -- Why, Honey? -- The ducks -- How about this? -- Bicycles, muscles, cigarets [sic] -- What is it? -- Signals -- Will you please be quiet, please? -- from: Furious seasons and other stories -- Pastoral -- Furious seasons -- What we talk about when we talk about love -- Why don't you dance? -- Viewfinder -- Mr. Coffee and Mr. Fixit -- Gazebo -- I could see the smallest things -- Sacks -- The bath -- Tell the women we're going -- After the denim -- So much water so close to home -- The third thing that killed my father off -- A serious talk -- The calm -- Popular Mechanics -- Everything stuck to him -- What we talk about we talk about love -- One more thing -- stories from: Fires -- The lie -- The cabin -- Harry's death -- The pheasant -- Cathedral -- Feathers -- Chef's house -- Preservation -- The compartment -- A small, good thing -- Vitamins -- Careful -- Where I'm calling from -- The train -- Fever -- The bridle -- Cathedral -- from: Where I'm calling from -- Boxes -- Whoever was using this bed -- Intimacy -- Menudo -- Elephant -- Blackbird pie -- Errand -- Other fiction -- The hair -- The aficionados -- Poseidon and company -- Bright red apples -- from: The Augustine notebooks -- Kindling -- What would you like to see? -- Dreams -- Vandals -- Call if you need me -- Selected essays -- My father's life -- On writing -- Fires -- author's note to Where I'm calling from -- Beginners -- The manuscript version of What we talk about when we talk about love -- Why don't you dance? -- Viewfinder -- Where is everyone? -- Gazebo -- Want to see something? -- The fling -- A small, good thing -- Tell the women we're going -- If it please you -- So much water so close to home -- Dummy -- Pie -- The calm -- Mine -- Distance -- Beginners -- One more thing Related Searches:
Short stories, American
Added--20091008 afic

Additional Credits:
Stull, William L
Carroll, Maureen P. (Maureen Patricia)
Carver, Raymond, 1938-1988
Carver, Raymond, 1938-1988
Carver, Raymond, 1938-1988

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