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Prize stories of the seventies : from the O. Henry Awards

Author: William Miller Abrahams
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A selection of twenty-three stories compiled from the last ten editions of Prize Stories published during the 1970's.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Miller Abrahams
ISBN: 0385171587 9780385171588 0671418661 9780671418663
OCLC Number: 7056854
Notes: Selections from Prize stories, 1970-1979.
Description: 404 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Robinson Crusoe Liebowitz / Leonard Michaels --
Small sounds and tilting shadows / Judith Rascoe --
The destruction of the Goetheanum / James Salter --
Subpoena / Donald Barthelme --
The dead / Joyce Carol Oates --
Talking horse / Bernard Malamud --
The jewels of the Cabots / John Cheever --
Brownstone / Renata Adler --
Alternatives / Alice Adams --
James Alan McPherson / The faithful --
Ursupation (other people's stories) / Cynthia Ozick --
Are you a doctor? / Raymond Carver --
His son, in his arms, in light, aloft / Harold Brodkey --
I-80 Nebraska, M.490-M.205 / John Sayles --
The Richard Nixon Freischütz rag / Guy Davenport --
Night march / Tim O'Brien --
Separating / John Updike --
Last courtesies / Ella Leffland --
The Kugelmass episode / Woody Allen --
The schreuderspitze / Mark Helprin --
My father's jokes / Patricia Zelver --
Rought strife / Lynne Sharon Schwartz --
A silver dish / Saul Bellow.
Other Titles: Prize stories.
Responsibility: selected and with an introd. by William Abrahams.

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A selection of twenty-three stories compiled from the last ten editions of Prize Stories published during the 1970's.

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