Prize stories 1993: The O. Henry awards

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Doubleday, Mar 1, 1993 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Established as a memorial to O. Henry, this annual literary tradition has presented a remarkable sampling of stories over its 73-year history. Representative of the very best of contemporary fiction, this year's collection features varied, full-bodied creations brimming with life, proof of the continuing strength of the American short story.

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User Review  - JamesMScott - LibraryThing

Solid collection. I read 12 of the 20 here. Some well known writers (Mary Gordon, John Barth, Carol Shields) and others obscure to me. Several I really liked, but two favorites to mention are "The ... Read full review

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I am a compulsive reader of short stories, thus I compulsively read collections of short stories, no matter the year. My favorites in this volume were "Servants of The Map" by Andrea Barrett, an ... Read full review

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Andrea Lee Winter Barley
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William F Van Wert Shaking
40
Joyce Carol Oates GooseGirl
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