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The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2010 (2010)

Call Number 810.8/BEST

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction810.8/BESTAvailable
Published: New York : Mariner Books, 2010
Series: Best American series.
Description:  xix, 484 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780547241630, 0547241631, 9780547241630,
Language:  English

Introduction / Best American woman comedy piece written by a woman / Best American sentences on page 50 of books puclished in 2009 -- Best American magazine letters section / Best American fast-foot-related crimes -- Best American gun magazine headlines -- Best American six-word memoirs on love and heartbreak -- Best American new patents -- Best American tweets -- Best American letter to the editor -- Best American overqualified cover letters / Best American fictional character names -- Best American 350-word story / Best American farm names -- Best American first lines of poems published in 2009 -- Best American journal article titles published in 2009 -- Best American illustrated missed connections / Best American new band names -- Best American lawsuits -- Best American poems written in the last decade or so by soldiers and citizens in Iraq and Afghanistan -- War dances / Like I was Jesus / Burying Jeremy Green / Carnival / Capital gains / Encirclement / Man of steel / Half beat / Gentlemen, start your engines / Photographer / What, of this goldfish, would you wish? / Fed to the streets / Tiger's wife / Breakdown / Ideas / Vanish / Seven months, ten days in captivity / Tent City, U.S.A. / Nice little people / Freedom /

David Sedaris -- Wendy Molyneux -- Stephen Colbert -- Joey Comeau -- Barry Lopez -- Sophie Blackall -- Sherman Alexie -- Rachel Aviv -- Nora Bonner -- Lilli Carré -- Rana Dasgupta -- Tamas Dobozy -- Bryan Furuness -- Elizabeth Gonzalez -- Andrew Sean Greer -- Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre, and Frédéric Lemercier -- Etgar Keret -- Courtney Moreno -- Téa Obreht -- T. Ott -- Patricio Pron -- Evan Ratliff -- David Rohde -- George Saunders -- Kurt Vonnegut -- Amy Waldman

Related Searches:
American prose literature -- 21st century.
Short stories, American.
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Additional Credits:
Eggers, Dave.
Sedaris, David.

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