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I still believe that the purpose of a short story is to tell a story. To entertain and illuminate. Most of these stories are exercises in the wonderful use of language and have... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Richard A. Herman
like having all these great stories in one place. Reading stories from this for a short story class I am takingPublished 12 months ago by Phyllis Slutsky
I am required to read some of this book for a class, but so far I have enjoyed that it is a collection of interesting stories.Published 21 months ago by Mark T Johnson
Buying it used I expected a few notes in the margins. There are really only 2 small notes on the title page. No rips or tears and and prompt shipping! Fantastic!Published on August 29, 2013 by Sadie Williams
Some of the stories are famulous, some are simply okay. My favorite for many was the introduction by fellow writers. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by H Roth
Incredible selection of stories. Highly recommended.
Full of classic stories and some you may never have heard of which are wonderful.
A collection of short stories that have been selected and are introduced by different writers. It contains a wide range of authors and very diverse stories, varying from what I... Read morePublished on February 25, 2006 by Thomas L. Jenkins