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Women and fiction 2 : short stories by and about women

Author: Susan Neunzig Cahill
Publisher: New York : New American Library, ©1978.
Series: A Mentor book, ME2574
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Biography
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Neunzig Cahill
ISBN: 0451625749 9780451625748
OCLC Number: 48937142
Description: xiv, 370 pages ; 18 cm.
Contents: Sarah Orne Jewett: The courting of Sister Wisby --
Selma Lagerlof: The eclipse --
Dorothy Richardson: from Pilgrimage --
Dorothy Canfield Fisher: The bedquilt --
Sigrid Undset: from Kristin Lavransdatter --
Katharine Prichard: The cooboo --
Isak Dinesen: Sorrow-acre --
Jean Rhys: Outside the machine --
Caroline Gordon: The petrified woman --
Elizabeth Bowen: Sunday afternoon --
Zora Neale Hurston: The gilded six-bits --
M.F.K. Fisher: The wind-chill factor or, a problem of mind and matter --
Marguerite Young: from Miss MacIntosh, my darling --
Maria-Luisa Bombal: The tree --
Gertrud Fussengger: Woman driver --
Olivia Manning: Girls together --
Natalia Ginzburg: The mother --
Jane Bowles: Camp cataract --
Muriel Spark: The first year of my life --
Shirley Jackson: Pillar of salt --
Mavis Gallant: Acceptance of their ways --
Nadine Gordimer: The train from Rhodesia --
Margaret Laurence: A bird in the house --
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: The Englishwoman --
Doris Betts: Still life with fruit --
Elizabeth Cullinan: Idioms.
Series Title: A Mentor book, ME2574
Responsibility: edited by Susan Cahill.

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