Collected Stories and Other Writings

Collected Stories and Other Writings

Book - 2009
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Contents: Goodbye, my brother
The common day
The enormous radio
O city of broken dreams
The Hartleys
The Sutton Place story
The summer farmer
Torch song
The pot of gold
Clancy in the Tower of Babel
Christmas is a sad season for the poor
The season of divorce
The chaste Clarissa
The cure
The superintendent
The children
The sorrows of gin
O youth and beauty!
The day the pig fell into the well
The five-forty-eight
Just one more time
The housebreaker of Shady Hill
The bus to St. James's
The worm in the apple
The trouble of Marcie Flint
The bella lingua
The Wrysons
The country husband
The duchess
The scarlet moving van
Just tell me who it was
The golden age
The lowboy
The music teacher
A woman without a country
The death of Justina
Boy in Rome
A miscellany of characters that will not appear
The chimera
The seaside houses
The angel of the bridge
The brigadier and the golf widow
A vision of the world
An educated American woman
Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin
The ocean
Marito in città
The geometry of love
The swimmer
The world of apples
Another story
The fourth alarm
Artemis, the honest well-digger
Three stories
The jewels of the Cabots
Summer theatre
Forever hold your peace
Of love: a testimony
The brothers
Publick house
When grandmother goes
These tragic years
The autobiography of a drummer
In passing
Play a march
Town house
The national pastime
What happened
Moving out
F. Scott Fitzgerald
The melancholy of distance
On Saul Bellow
Why I write short stories
My friend, Malcolm Cowley
Publisher: New York : Library of America, c2009
Branch Call Number: FICTION CHE
Characteristics: 1040 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Bailey, Blake
ISBN: 9781598530346


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