The Best Short Stories of the Modern Age

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Douglas Angus
Fawcett Premier, 1987 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The short-stroy form continues to be a rich and fertile vein of literary expression. Collected in this remarkable volume are twenty renowned writers of the modern age who brilliantly mastered the distinctive power and beauty of the form--each bringing his or her own unique vision to the page. This powerful collection includes the work of: Sherwood Anderson, Anton Chekov, Joseph Conrad, Shirley Jackson, D.H. Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield, Lionel Trilling, and many more.

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Contents

Gooseberries
14
A Clean WellLighted Place
40
The RockingHorse Winner
75
Copyright

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