Selected Short Fiction

Some articles on selected short fiction, fiction, selected:

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... of an Ex-Colored Man James Weldon Johnson The Awakening and Selected Short Fiction Kate Chopin Babbitt Sinclair Lewis Barchester Towers Anthony Trollope Beowulf Anonymous The Beautiful and Damned F ... Twain The Count of Monte Cristo Alexandre Dumas, père The Country of the Pointed Firs and Selected Short Fiction Sarah Orne Jewett Crime and Punishment Fyodor ... Essential Dialogues of Plato Plato Essential Fiction and Poems by Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe Ethan Frome and Selected Stories Edith Wharton Fairy Tales Hans Christian Andersen Far from the Madding Crowd ...
Charles Coleman Finlay - Selected Short Fiction
... The Texas Bake Sale" Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 116/2 (Feb 2009) "The Political Prisoner" 2008 Nebula Award finalist for Best Novella, 2009 Hugo Award ...
Larry Eisenberg - Bibliography - Selected Short Fiction
... Two Lives of Ben Coulter," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1967 ... "The Saga of DMM," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December 1967 ... of His Life," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, April 1968 ...

Famous quotes containing the words fiction, selected and/or short:

    ... any fiction ... is bound to be transposed autobiography.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)

    There is no reason why parents who work hard at a job to support a family, who nurture children during the hours at home, and who have searched for and selected the best [daycare] arrangement possible for their children need to feel anxious and guilty. It almost seems as if our culture wants parents to experience these negative feelings.
    Gwen Morgan (20th century)

    The farmer imagines power and place are fine things. But the President has paid dear for his White House. It has commonly cost him all his peace, and the best of his manly attributes. To preserve for a short time so conspicuous an appearance before the world, he is content to eat dust before the real masters who stand erect behind the throne.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)