Prize Stories 1995: The O. Henry Awards

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William Miller Abrahams
Doubleday, 1995 - Fiction - 382 pages
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Twenty or more stories are selected by William Abrahams each year from a broad range of American magazines both large and small, offering the reader the full sweep and variety of today's fiction. Also included is a contributors' notes section including comments by the writers on the inspirations behind their stories.

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Prize stories 1995: the O. Henry awards

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This 75th volume in the O. Henry Memorial Award series has something for all fiction readers--or all short story readers, at least. Authors range from the expected veterans of the genre (Alice Adams's ... Read full review

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


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