Creative and Critical Approaches to the Short Story
Noel H. Kaylor, Jr.
Edwin Mellen Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 488 pages
The collection is unique in that it combines the critical creative approaches to short fiction and includes works by inflential critics and writers who convey their love of the genre through their writing. Contributors include some of the best critics of the Short Story anywhere, talented fiction writers (one a Pulitzer Prize winner).
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