Prize Stories 1992: The O. Henry Awards

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William Miller Abrahams
ANCHOR, 1992 - Fiction - 396 pages
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Established in 1918 as a memorial to O. Henry, this annual literary tradition has presented a remarkable sampling of stories over its 72-year history. Now Abrahams, editor of the collection for the last 26 years, offers a new compilation of stories, accompanied by contributors' comments.

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Prize stories 1991: the O. Henry awards

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Good anthologies often lack variety, and diverse ones often lack quality. But this collection is both meritorious and diverse. The work ranges from plainly written stories brimming with resonant ... Read full review

Prize stories 1988: the O. Henry awards

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This year's O. Henry Awards collection, the 68th, proves that a venerable series can still be fresh. Peter LaSalle's "Dolphin Dreaming'' offers the rare view that men are not saved but damned by ... Read full review

Contents

Lucy Honig English as a Second Language
60
Tom McNeal What Happened to Tully
75
Amy Herrick Pinocchios Nose
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