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Varied narratives,

Author: Warner Taylor
Publisher: New York, R. Long & R.R. Smith, Inc., 1932.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of short and short-short stories by noted authors and undergraduate students. In college courses it may be used to study the technique of short story authorship and to enlist the narrative material to serve as models for undergraduate composition.
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Taylor, Warner, 1880-1958.
Varied narratives.
New York, R. Long & R.R. Smith, Inc., 1932
(OCoLC)756447695
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warner Taylor
OCLC Number: 1200358
Description: xii, 378 pages 22 cm
Contents: Professional short-stories: Dr. Heidegger's experiment / Nathaniel Hawthorne --
Marjorie Daw / T.B. Aldrich --
A lodging for the night / R.L. Stevenson --
The darling / Anton Chekhov --
Tolstoy's criticism on "The darling" --
My Uncle Jules / Guy De Maupassant --
The adopted son / Guy De Maupassant --
The new administration / Melville Davisson Post --
A start in life / Ruth Suckow --
A circular tour / W.W. Jacobs --
The five-minute girl / Mary Hastings Bradley. Professional short short-stories: "Yoked with an unbeliever" / Rudyard Kipling --
His wedded wife / Rudyard Kipling --
A liberal education / Anthony Hope Hawkins --
Force of circumstances / Frédéric Boutet --
The true story of the hare and the tortoise / Lord Dunsany --
A moral little tale / Lord Dunsany --
A Christmas guest / Selma Lagerlof --
The hungry man was fed / Richard Harding Davis --
On the stairs / Arthur Morrison --
The fly / Katherine Mansfield --
The pack / John Galsworthy --
Gold-mounted guns / F.R. Buckley --
Voices / Zona Gale --
Salesmanship / Mary Ellen Chase --
The Punch and Judy Show / Mary Lispenard Cooper. Undergraduate short stories: At the south end of the Commons / Rose Perel --
The end of the charm / Eugene S. Guild --
Break-Neck Hill / Esther Forbes --
Nothing but an instructor / Ingrid C. Nelson --
The China Lady / Adelin S. Briggs --
The old man in the road / Howard M. Jones --
A cup of coffee / Walter K. Schwinn --
Wie immer / Mark Schorer. Undergraduate short short-stories: An April storm / Norma A. Peluneck --
She had a nickel / Gladys Knight --
Safety first / Amanda Peterson --
"She told me so" / Louis A. Pradt --
The last word / Agnes Durrie --
Malted milk and Co-Edwins / Anonymous --
Helen of Tea: a tale of taste / T.E.M. Hefferan --
The evolution of Sadie / Beatrice Humiston --
Paddy's Witch / J. Paul Pedigo --
A drop o' poteen / W. O'Meara --
The proposal à la mode / Mira Bowles --
A fable of the wily reformer / A. Drew --
Autumn fires / J. Hargan --
"A good time had by all" / Elizabeth N. Kendall --
July in the stockyards / Herman Teufel --
A contractor gives an artist a lift / Charles Le Clair.
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A collection of short and short-short stories by noted authors and undergraduate students. In college courses it may be used to study the technique of short story authorship and to enlist the narrative material to serve as models for undergraduate composition.

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