The Best Dog Stories
Paul D. Staudohar
Chicago Review Press, 2007 - Fiction - 429 pages
The loyalty, affection, and exploits of dogs have inspired a rich body of short fiction, and this anthology contains 23 of the best short stories about canine companions. Writers—including Booth Tarkington, Jack London, Arthur Miller, Ivan Turgenev, Bobbie Ann Mason, Madison Smartt Bell, and Richard Russo—reveal a love for dogs and the special bond humans have with their beloved pets. Stories for every breed of dog lover are included, with pieces featuring bull terriers, collies, greyhounds, setters, dobermans, hounds, and springer spaniels—plus a number of lovable mixed breeds.
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