7 edition of Short stories of the new America found in the catalog.
|Statement||selected and edited by Mary A. Laselle.|
|LC Classifications||PZ1.L33 S|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||19005853|
About The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories “In twenty-nine separate but ingenious ways, these stories seek permanent residence within a reader. They strive to become an emotional or intellectual cargo that might accompany us wherever, or however, we go. 14 Fantastic Stories From The New Yorker Archive You Should Read This Summer. The New Yorker has made all of its archives going back to available online just a list of 14 short stories.
Her short fiction has been collected in more than 30 volumes, including High Lonesome: New & Selected Stories – She teaches fiction writing at Princeton University. This Library of America series edition is printed on acid-free paper and features Smyth-sewn binding, a full cloth cover, and a ribbon marker. Adjei-Brenyah pulls this off partly through his characters Adjei-Brenyah’s sharp prose keeps [one short story] sinewy and darkly humorous while simultaneously allowing for flashes of tenderness America might be dehumanizing, Adjei-Brenyah seems to say, but we can still be human.” –Kristen Martin * 8. A Lucky Man by Jamel BrinkleyAuthor: Book Marks.
By Joel Breuklander. If a nationwide literary ration were instituted tomorrow and you were told you could have only one single, solitary book of contemporary short stories, you should spend your allotment on The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories, a anthology edited by Ben ’s the only book whose cover I’ve worn off from over . The Best American Short Stories (review) › Never Say Nevermore: Edgar Allan Poe's 10 Best Stories › PEN America Best Debut Short Stories (book review) › Short Stories: Surprises Author: Jenny Bhatt.
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The varied treasures in The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories accelerate outward into new modes of American writing as if from a radiant nucleus. While each story is daring in its own right, the most daring feat of all might have been including them all under the same cover/5(41).
The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories by Ben Marcus (Goodreads Author) (Editor), George Saunders (Contributor), George Saunders (Contributor). Aleksandar Hemon (Contributor). William Gay (Contributor).
Kate Braverman (Contributor). Christine Schutt (Goodreads Author) (Contributor). 4/5. The American Short Story since offers a reappraisal and contextualisation of a critically underrated genre during a particularly rich period in its history. It offers new readings of important stories by key writers including Flannery O'Connor, John Cheever, Donald /5(7).
The varied treasures in The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories accelerate outward into new modes of American writing as if from a radiant nucleus. While each story is daring in its own right, the most daring feat of all might have been including them all under the same cover. - /5(43).
The purpose of this book of short stories of modern American life is twofold. First, these narratives give an interpretation of certain great forces and movements in the life of this age. All the authors represented are especially qualified to describe with force and feeling some phase of contemporary life.
In New American Stories, the beautiful, the strange, the melancholy, and the sublime all comingle to show the vast range of the American short story. In this remarkable anthology, Ben Marcus has corralled a Ben Marcus, one of the most innovative and vital writers of this generation, delivers a stellar anthology of the best short fiction being written today in /5.
Short stories of the new America interpreting the America of this age to high school boys and girls by Laselle, Mary Augusta. Published by Henry Holt and Company in New York. Written in EnglishPages: If you can't decide which new novel or nonfiction book to pick up, here's another idea: try reading a short story collection.
Rather than focus on a singular narrative, these unique options weave together the voices of several writers, or focus on multiple stories by an author you know and : Mckenzie Jean-Philippe. 75 Short Short Stories.
Stories to enjoy when you have five minutes to spare, grouped by category to suit your mood: Witty Stories, Introspective Stories, Morality Tales, Other-Worldly Stories, Feel-Good/Love Stories, Dramatic Stories, and Political Farce Stories. The New Food, a Short Story by Stephen Leacock.
I see from the current columns of the daily press that "Professor Plumb, of the University of Chicago, has / Like a music playlist I create to match a mood, I create short story playlists to break a book slump, or to sample a bunch of different authors’ writing.
As to where to find great stories, The New Yorker stories are generally best, but require a subscription if you read too many in a : Sarah Ullery.
Short stories are more than just a quick fix of fiction for the time-strapped. When crafted well, short stories are like grenades which quickly explode in front of us.
They let us dip our toe into Author: Olivia Ovenden. In a sense it is just that – a sampling of the last 10 years’ worth of books, magazines and small press publications, featuring most of the current eminences of the American short story, from Lydia Davis to George Saunders, along with emerging stars such as.
The Anchor Book of New American Short Stories. by Ben Marcus. Anchor Books, “An ambitious new anthology crammed with today’s big names (Gaitskill, Saunders, Wallace) proves that even in a postmodern age, good storytelling fulfills a primal need.
Just about any of the pieces in Ninety-nine Stories of God would do here, honestly, but I love the firm wink of “Aubade,” only the third story in the book.
Amy Hempel, “Housewife” This is the shortest story on this list—a few words shorter than Lydia Davis’s, even—but packs a lot of drama into that single sentence. Featuring 19 of the finest works from the most distinguished writers in the American short-story tradition, this new compilation begins with Nathaniel Hawthorne's tale Young Goodman Brown and ranges across an entire century, concluding with Ernest Hemingway's classic.
If a novel is a marriage, then a short story is a love affair. So said Lorrie Moore, one of the undisputed masters of the form. There's an inherent intensity to really good short fiction, an every-word-matters fervor urging readers to a revelatory are thirteen of our favorite short stories, from irrefutable classics by Jamaica Kincaid and Flannery O'Connor to.
About the Book. Books that contain a collection of Short Stories written by the same author include the following: Proverb stories, Spinning wheel stories, Fifty famous people, a book of short stories, Thirty More Famous Stories Retold, A House of Pomegranates, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, and The Trimmed Lamp, and Other Stories of the Four Million.
About New American Stories. In New American Stories, the beautiful, the strange, the melancholy, and the sublime all comingle to show the vast range of the American short story.
In this remarkable anthology, Ben Marcus has corralled a vital and artistically singular crowd of contemporary fiction writers. OCLC Number: Notes: "The purpose of this book of short stories of modern American life is twofold.
First, these narratives give an interpretation of certain great forces and movements in the life of this age. Ahead of ’s National short story prize, Jon McGregor reluctantly chooses ‘swoony’ work from recent years showing some of the ways to write them well.
Interpreting the America of this age to high school boys and girls Contents A little Kansas leaven / Dorothy Canfield -- The survivors / Elsie Singmaster -- The wildcat / A.P. Terhune -- The citizen / J.F. Dwyer -- The Indian of the reservation / Grace Coolidge -- The night attack / A.S.
Pier -- The path of glory / Mary B. Pulver -- Sergt. Barrett’s mastery of the short story form won him the Guardian First Book Award, the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Prize, and a National Book Foundation 5 under 35 honor.
It’s a collection that’s striking for its audacity to be a debut—completely assured of voice, of character, and of a setting that is utterly realized.