Fiction 100: An Anthology of Short Stories

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James H. Pickering
Prentice Hall, Aug 1, 1997 - Fiction - 1506 pages
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Fiction 100 supplies a broad, representative selection of good short fiction in a convenient, useful, and uncluttered format.

Contains 125 short stories illustrating the history and development of the short story in America and in Europe. Includes 18 New Stories -- by Alice Adams, Donald Barthelme, John Cheever, Sandra Cisneros, Joseph Conrad, Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert F. Hever, John Irving, Henry James, Stephen King, Guy de Maupassant, Alice Munro, Robert Phillips, Daniel Stern, Amy Tan, John Updike, Liza Welland, and Joy Williams.

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Contents

KATE CHOPIN
181
His Women The Storm
204
MAX APPLE SANDRA CISNEROS
223
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James H. Pickering, a longtime summer resident of Estes Park, is a professor of English at the University of Houston, where he has also served as dean, provost, and president. He has published seventeen books on Colorado and the West, including "This Blue Hollow": Estes Park, the Early Years, 1859-1915 (UPC).

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