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100 years of The best American short stories

Author: Lorrie MooreHeidi PitlorEdna FerberSherwood AndersonErnest HemingwayAll authors
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015. ©2015
Series: Best American series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collects forty short stories published between 1915 and 2015, from writers that include Ernest Hemingway, John Updike, and Alice Munro that exemplify their era and stand the test of time --
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lorrie Moore; Heidi Pitlor; Edna Ferber; Sherwood Anderson; Ernest Hemingway; Ring Lardner; F Scott Fitzgerald; Katherine Anne Porter; William Faulkner; Nancy Hale; Eudora Welty; John Cheever; Tillie Olsen; James Baldwin; Philip Roth; Flannery O'Connor; John Updike; Raymond Carver; Joyce Carol Oates; Donald Barthelme; Stanley Elkin; Grace Paley; Charles Baxter; Mona Simpson; Richard Ford; Robert Stone; David Wong Louie; Alice Munro; Mary Gaitskill; Jamaica Kincaid; Akhil Sharma; Junot Díaz; Jhumpa Lahiri; ZZ Packer; Sherman Alexie; Edward P Jones; Benjamin Percy; Tobias Wolff; Nathan Englander; Julie Otsuka; George Saunders; Lauren Groff
ISBN: 9780547485850 0547485859
OCLC Number: 898052979
Notes: Published for the centennial celebration of the annual, Best American short stories.
Description: xxi, 723 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1915-1920. The gay old dog / Edna Ferber --
1920-1930. Brothers / Sherwood Anderson; My old man / Ernest Hemingway; Haircut / Ring Lardner --
1930-1940. Babylon revisited / F. Scott Fitzgerald; The cracked looking-glass / Katherine Anne Porter; That will be fine / William Faulkner --
1940-1950. Those are as brothers / Nancy Hale; The whole world knows / Eudora Welty; The enormous radio / John Cheever --
1950-1960. I stand here ironing / Tillie Olsen; Sonny's blues / James Baldwin; The conversion of the Jews / Philip Roth --
1960-1970. Everything that rises must converge / Flannery O'Connor; Pigeon feathers / John Updike; Will you please be quiet, please? / Raymond Carver; By the river / Joyce Carol Oates --
1970-1980. The school / Donald Barthelme; The conventional wisdom / Stanley Elkin --
1980-1990. Friends / Grace Paley; Harmony of the world / Charles Baxter; Lawns / Mona Simpson; Communist / Richard Ford; Helping / Robert Stone; Displacement / David Wong Louie --
1990-2000. Friend of my youth / Alice Munro; The girl on the plane / Mary Gaitskill; Xuela / Jamaica Kincaid; If you sing like that for me / Akhil Sharma; Fiesta, 1980 / Junot Díaz --
2000-2010. The third and final continent / Jhumpa Lahiri; Brownies / ZZ Packer; What you pawn I will redeem / Sherman Alexie; Old boys, old girls / Edward P. Jones; Refresh, refresh / Benjamin Percy; Awaiting orders / Tobias Wolff --
2010-2015. What we talk about when we talk about Anne Frank / Nathan Englander; Diem perdidi / Julie Otsuka; The semplica-girl diaries / George Saunders; At the round Earth's imagined corners / Lauren Groff.
Series Title: Best American series.
Other Titles: One hundred years of The best American short stories
Responsibility: edited by Lorrie Moore and Heidi Pitlor.
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Collects forty short stories published between 1915 and 2015, from writers that include Ernest Hemingway, John Updike, and Alice Munro that exemplify their era and stand the test of time --

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