The Oil Jar and Other Stories
While best known for his plays, Pirandello also distinguished himself as a writer of short stories. This collection includes the celebrated title tales plus "Little Hut," "Mrs. Frola and Mr. Ponza, Her Son-in-Law," "Citrons from Sicily," "With Other Eyes," "A Voice," and five others by the winner of the 1934 Nobel Prize for literature.
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CITRONS FROM SICILY
WITH OTHER EYES
THE OIL JAR
ITS NOT TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY
THINK IT OVER GIACOMINO
A CHARACTERS TRAGEDY
A PRANCING HORSE
MRS FROLA AND MR PONZA HER SONINLAW
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