Ten Top Stories

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Random House Publishing Group, 1985 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Here is a brilliant new kind of anthology.  The editor presented students with the most popular stories published in the last several years.  Then he said, "Choose the best, choose the ones that grip you in a vise of excitement and won't let you go, the ones that leave you with a sense of mystery and strangeness, the ones that rock you with laughter, the ones that really mean something to you as young adult."  The result is the brightest, freshest, most original collection of proven popular stories published in decades.

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About the author (1985)

David Sohn (1929-2010) was born in Columbus, Indiana, and attended Wabash College. He earned a master's degree in English at Indiana University in 1952. From 1954 to 1968, Sohn worked in the education field in Connecticut. He was the editor of Top Ten Stories, The Writer's Eye, and Great Tales of Horror by Edgar Allan Poe and the coauthor of Stop, Look, and Write! and Pictures for Writing.

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