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I used to believe I had forever, now I'm not so sure.

Author: William Saroyan
Publisher: New York] Cowles [1968]
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Saroyan, William, 1908-1981.
I used to believe I had forever, now I'm not so sure.
New York] Cowles [1968]
(OCoLC)587209801
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Saroyan
OCLC Number: 449532
Notes: A book of 52 short stories, short plays, essays, and poems.
Description: ix, 234 pages 24 cm
Contents: The Saroyan prizes, 1908-1940 --
A seaside friendship --
Pebbles on the beach --
High tide and low tide --
The wheels of memory --
Sunday is a hell of a day --
My shoes : a short story from 1933 --
Yesterday, today, and tomorrow --
Anybody home? --
Remember the joyride? --
Money, money, money, and you can have it --
The small rain --
Memories of 1956 --
Ah silence, ah music, ah shut up --
Earthly and heavenly voices --
Me and my big gray horse --
C, A, T cat spells everything --
Armenia and her poet Charentz --
Joe Gould, Joe Frisco, and American talk --
Look out, here comes another lion --
The Turk Street gamblers --
The adventures of American writers in Paris in 1929 --
The flashing dragonfly --
A soft word to the gravedigger --
Good old goody goody Godot. Paint, people, and Mexico's Tamayo --
Oh la la, or the shot writer --
The eye and hand of Dong Kingman --
How to write a short story --
Fletcher Martin, painter --
Confessions of a playwright --
What makes American writing Aemrican? --
A few answers about television --
The unknown soldier identified --
Applause --
Homage to baseball --
The World Series of 1956, and the perfect game --
Hong Kong --
Say I'm a liar, but I love you, guess who? --
A new idea in the world --
American acting --
What do we want art to do? --
The hoax of success --
Tijuana the tramp town of lower California --
A walk in New York --
Losses --
Sons and fathers --
I don't get it --
Malibu 1954 --
All in one crack --
Making money --
I used to believe I had forever now I'm not so sure.

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