Twentieth-century short story explication: interpretations, 1900-1975, of short fiction since 1800, Volume 2

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Shoe String Press, 1977 - Literary Criticism - 880 pages
This long-running reference series indexes interpretations written in major Western European languages since 1900 of short stories published since 1800.

The original series -- Twentieth-Century Short Story Explication, Third Edition, edited by Warren S. Walker -- is indexed and available in seven volumes and covers 16,691 stories by 2,304 authors.

The New Series, edited by Wendell Aycock, does not duplicate or compete with this coverage. It is a new series, with a slightly altered format, which begins where the old one leaves off.

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Twentieth-century short story explication: supplement to third edition: with check lists of books and journals used

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Commonly known as "Walker,'' this reference series is popular in public and academic libraries. It lists 20th-century interpretation citations, taken from English-language books and journals, for ... Read full review

Contents

Short Story Explications 1
122
A Checklist of Books Used
811
Index of Short Story Writers
873
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