Reference Guide to Short Fiction
St. James Press, 1999 - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 1197 pages
Contains biographical and critical essays on 376 of the most important writers of short fiction writing in English worldwide, and 403 separate essays on selected works. Also includes some authors of note who did not write in English, but whose works have been widely translated and are often studied, such as Anton Chekhov and Jean-Paul Sartre. Most authors covered were born after 1750, but a few important figures from earlier periods are included as well.
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