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A study of the short story,

Author: Henry Seidel Canby
Publisher: New York, H. Holt and Company, 1913.
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Canby, Henry Seidel, 1878-1961.
Study of the short story.
New York, H. Holt and Company, 1913
(OCoLC)590470476
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Seidel Canby
OCLC Number: 333189
Description: iv p., 1 ℓ., 273 p. 20 cm.
Contents: What is a short story? --
The medieval short story --
The short story of the renaissance --
The short story of the eighteenth century --
The short story and the romantic movement --
Poe, and the further development of the romantic short story --
Nathaniel Hawthorne --
England in the mid-century --
America in the mid-century. The broadening of the field of the short story --
Bret Harte --
The further broadening of the field of the short story --
The local colorists --
The deepening of the short story. Henry James --
The short story in England. Robert Louis Stevenson --
The short story in England. Rudyard Kipling --
The contemporary short story --
The pardoners tale / Geoffrey Chaucer --
The prioresses tale / Geoffrey Chaucer --
The vision of Mirza / Joseph Addison --
The lingering expectation of an heir / Samuel Johnson --
Wandering Willie's tale / Sir Walter Scott --
The masque of the red death / Edgar Allan Poe --
The gold-bug / Edgar Allan Poe --
Ethan Brand / Nathaniel Hawthorne --
Rab and his friends / John Brown --
The sire ode Maletroit's door / Robert Louis Stevenson --
On Greenhow Hill / Rudyard Kipling.
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