If you like real brainy stories then there is no better collection. I enjoyed some of the stories immensely, particularly The King Of Jazz and The School, but others were too smart... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Riley James
This is what I would call "experimental" literature. I've never found another author capable of writing in such a unique, inventive manner! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elizabeth
Donald Barthelme, Sixty Stories
introduction by David Gates (2003)
When I was 20 I tried to read Nabokov, and couldn’t, and knew it was my... Read more
"The Indian Uprising" is probably the most famous story in this collection. I think "A Dolt" might be D.B.s most powerful story. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Harmon
I got this book for a class I took last semester. It's alright. Not sure if it'd be something I would buy just to buy but it's not horrible.Published 16 months ago by Megan M
Who's the best post-modner Texas writer?
Donald effing Barthelme, dumb dumb.
So if you don't know, now you know.
This and 40 are his best.
But the stories are the ones I was looking for. The cover picture here is much more interesting and from an earlier editionPublished 21 months ago by Jason Cook
You could get this big fat collection for Game alone and probably end up well pleased, ecstatic even, but there are fifty-nine more fantastic fictions here, many of them... Read morePublished on November 30, 2010 by Noddy Box