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The fact of fiction; social relevance in the short story.

Author: Cyril M Gulassa
Publisher: San Francisco, Canfield Press [1972]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cyril M Gulassa
OCLC Number: 403055
Description: xii, 395 pages 21 cm
Contents: Man who killed a shadow / Richard Wright --
Application / Jay Neugeboren --
Son in the afternoon / John Williams --
Engagement party / Robert Boles --
Portrait of an artist with 26 horses / William Eastlake --
Fisherman from Chihuahua / Evan S. Connell, Jr. --
Troop withdrawal--the initial step / Thomas Parker --
Day in operations / David Grinstead --
Hunt and destroy / Mary Richie --
Adventure of the mantises / Robert Chatain --
Walking wounded / John Bart Gerald --
Survival / M.F. Beal --
Organizer / Michael Thelwell --
Demonstrators / Eudora Welty --
Marching through Boston / John Updike --
Mars revisited / Stephen Minot --
Chicken / Ernest Brawley --
Lines from the quick / George Stiles --
Something missing / John L'Heureux --
Bill collector / Louis Logan --
Black is my favorite color / Bernard Malamud --
Girl getting educated at noon on Sunday / Herbert Gold --
One off the short list / Doris Lessing --
Accomplished desires / Joyce Carol Oates --
Love me tonight, god / Marge Piercy --
Joe, the vanishing American / Harvey Swados --
Me and Miss Mandible / Donald Barthelme --
Daddy Wolf / James Purdy --
Modern development / George Blake --
Night-sea journey / John Barth.
Responsibility: [Compiled by] Cyril M. Gulassa.

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