Short Fiction: An Introductory Anthology

Paperback | October 7, 2004

byGerald Lynch, David Rampton

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Showcasing 58 short stories from the early nineteenth century to the present, Short Fiction: An Introductory Anthology, second edition, treats readers to a collection of works by Canadian and internationally acclaimed writers. Tracing the evolution of the short story, this anthology ignites readers' imaginations with its diversity of voices, themes, literary techniques, and writing styles.

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Showcasing 58 short stories from the early nineteenth century to the present, Short Fiction: An Introductory Anthology, second edition, treats readers to a collection of works by Canadian and internationally acclaimed writers. Tracing the evolution of the short story, this anthology ignites readers' imaginations with its diversity of v...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:764 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.15 inPublished:October 7, 2004Publisher:Harcourt Brace CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176415548

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Preface Introduction Nathaniel Hawthorne, The BirthmarkEdgar Allen Poe, The Fall of the House of UsherNikolay Gogol, The NoseHerman Melville, Bartleby the ScrivenerLeo Tolstoy, The Death of Ivan IlychHenry James, The Real ThingKate Chopin, The StormJoseph Conrad, Heart of DarknessAnton Chekhov, Rothschilds FiddleSara Jeannette Duncan, The Pool in the DesertEdith Warton, Roman FeverDuncan Campbell Scott, Paul FarlotteEdith Eaton, Its Wavering ImageStephen Leacock, The Hostelry of Mr. SmithStephen Crane, The Blue HotelJames Joyce, ArabyVirginia Woolf, Kew GardensFranz Kafka, The MetamorphosisD.H. Lawrence, The Horse Dealers DaughterKatherine Mansfield, The Garden-PartyF. Scott Fitzgerald, Babylon RevisitedWilliam Faulkner, Dry SeptemberErnest Hemmingway, Cat in the RainJorge Luis Borges, The Gospel According to MarkSinclair Ross, Ones a HeiferJohn Cheever, The SwimmerShirley Jackson, The Lottery Doris Lessing, The Old Chief Mshlanga *Mavis Gallant, Voices Lost in Snow Grace Paley, A Conversation with My Father*Flannery OConnor, Everything That Rises Must Converge *Gabriel García Márquez, The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World *William Trevor, The Virgins Gift*Chinua Achebe, Civil Peace John Barth, Lost in the Funhouse Alice Munro, Who Do You Think You Are? John Updike, A&P Philip Roth, The Conversion of the Jews Austin C. Clarke, When He Was Free and Young and He Used to Wear Silks *Alistair MacLeod, As Birds Bring Forth the Sun *Joyce Carol Oates ,Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? *Raymond Carver, Cathedral *Margaret Atwood, The Age of Lead *Angela Carter, The Company of Wolves *Thomas King, The One About Coyote Going West *Ann Beattie, Janus William Gibson, Burning ChromeKatherine Govier, The Immaculate Conception Photography Gallery Ian McEwan, First Love, Last Rites M.G. Vassanji, In the Quiet of a Sunday AfternoonGuy Vanderhaeghe, Man DescendingAmy Tan, Rules of the GameRussell Smith, Desire* Indicates new selection. Glossary of Critical Terms. Index of Authors and Stories.