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  • 14 September 2018
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SUMMARY Short Story Masterpieces FREE DOWNLOAD Short Story Masterpieces ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Robert Penn Warren ¿ 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Ew ground and challenged the imagination with their style subject matter or tone the unforgettable enduring works that shaped the literature of our timeA truly exceptional collection of great stories includingThe Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen CraneThe Horse Dealer's Daughter by D H LawrenceBarn Bu. Open Winter by HL Davis 2 The Tree of Knowledge by Henry James 2 Innocence by Sean O Faolain 3 Flowering Judas by Katherine Anne Porter 2 The Outstation by W Somerset Maugham 3 Torch Song by John Cheever 4 Winter Dreams by F Scott Fitzgerald 4 Witch s Money by John Collier 4 A Country Love Story by Jean Stafford 3 A Bottle of Milk for Mother by Nelson Algren 2 You Could Look It Up by James Thurber 2 The Horse Dealer s Daughter by DH Lawrence 4 Liberty Hall by Ring Lardner 5 The Open Window by Saki HH Munro 5 Why I Live at the PO by Eudora Welty 4 Barn Burning by William Faulkner 1 I had to stop this one over halfway through because I was not interested at all Impulse by Conrad Aiken 3 The Egg by Sherwood Anderson 4 An Outpost of Progress by Joseph Conrad 4 The Third Prize by AE Coppard 3 The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane 3 Soldier s Home by Ernest Hemingway 4 The Boarding House by James Joyce 3 Virga Vay Allan Cedar by Sinclair Lewis 4 Cruel and Barbarous Treatment by Mary McCarthy 3 The Sojourner by Carson McCullers 4 My Oedipus Complex by Frank O Connor 4 The Nightingales Sing by Elizabeth Parsons 4 Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut by JD Salinger 5 The Eighty Yard Run by Irwin Shaw 5 Flight by John Steinbeck 3 A Red Letter Day by Elizabeth Taylor 4 A Spinster s Tale by Peter Taylor 4 The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams 3

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SUMMARY Short Story Masterpieces FREE DOWNLOAD Short Story Masterpieces ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Robert Penn Warren ¿ 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Rning by William FaulknerThe Sojourner by Carson McCullersThe Open Window by SakiFlowering Judas by Katherine Anne PorterThe Boarding House by James JoyceSoldier's Home by Ernest HemingwayThe Tree of Knowledge by Henry JamesWhy I Live at the PO by Eudora Welty and twenty five of the century's best storie. Started last night after work and have read the first four so far All of them have at their center men with weak characters which together with life circumstances will cause them trouble Not necessarily a common theme Just coincidence I ve never heard of a number of the represented writers John Collier AE Coppard HL Davis Elizabeth Parsons JF Powers Jean Stafford Elizabeth Taylor Peter Taylor not ringing any bells The majority of the writers here are pretty famous even if I haven t read a lotor any of their work Not many women writers included The best story so far A Bottle of Milk For Mother by Nelson Algren Day two and several stories read The theme of men behaving badly continues with Conrad and Crane but we also get some positive stuff as well Open Winter by HL Davis is a great western tale of cultural transition in Eastern Oregon and how men of solid characterfor a change can behave and be rewarded I wonder if Cormac Mccarthy is a Davis fanwe know he s a Faulkner fan That followed by Barn Burning by Faulkner with bad behaviour this time by Abner Snopesreally bad attitude a perfectly wrought portrait of relentless cracker meanness and resentment The character of his son a sort of hero is I believe the same person that Paul Newman Roy Thinnes and Don Johnson played as an adult in versions of The Long Hot Summer In the Newman version at least the time setting was boosted to post war 50 s rather than the 20 s 30 s Another ongoing thread woven through many of the stories the effect of human cultureor lack thereofConrad and changing culture on the characters Day three and three read The first was Winter Dreams by Fitzgerald A love for a woman with a short romantic attention span He loved her and he would love her until the day he was too old for loving but he could not have her So he tasted the deep pain that is reserved only for the strong just as he had tasted for a little while the deep happiness and then at the end long ago there was something in me but now that thing is gone Now that thing is gone I cannot cry I cannot care That thing will come back no Now THAT is sad Next up come Hemingway in a story with a flat prose style to match the depressed soul of the young man returned from the horror of war He did not want any conseuences He did not want any conseuences ever again He wanted to live along without conseuences Reminscent of Three Lives by Gertude Stein but effective And finally I ran into an almost impenetrable thicket of prose from Henry James Made me wonder how he ever got published I ll let P Roth have a word through his mouthpiece Word Smith from the Prologue of The Great American Novel WS uoting his pal Hemon James to the slit from Vassar Polychromatic crap honey Five hundred words where one would do Amen to that though I m not sure what polychromatic means As much as I was able to understand the point of the storyand I m not sure I was it was a pretty sly and interesting Masterpiece Theater kind of thing Day three and the imbalance between male and female has been somewhat ameliorated Stories by Lardnerwry Joyceobservant Lawrenceemotional Lewis ironic Mansfieldbitter McCarthysarcastic and McCullers loneliness all contain significant if not dominant female characters The Maugham story was reminiscent of the Conrad all male out there and nasty McCarthy seems to have suffered from a mid form of Henry James Syndrome Last night s winner was The Horse Dealer s Daughter by Lawrence In Women in Love two lovers die entwined in each others arms at the bottom of a pond In this story future lovers have a similar traumatic experience and find themselves overwhelmed by emotions that their culture works so hard to repress The McCullers story The Sojourner is one I may have already read but didn t remember Reminiscent of a short novellong story by Richard FordI think it s The Womanizer in Women With Men Many to go Now back at it after a few days off for Al Franken and Christmas 36 stories is a lot I read a few last night This book is enlarging my awareness of some sort of forgotten writers More The Open Window only OK Innocence didn t get itnot a Catholic The Nightingale s Sing vague and lyrical Flowering Judas intense mysterious and well written by KAP My Oedipus Complex a spoiled Little Prince learns some hard lessons Very funny The Valiant Woman didn t really get this one eitherit s about Catholics again The Eighty Yard Run in a similar vein as Winter Dreams and The Sojourner And the winner for last night and probably for the whole book Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut sad and funny and by far the most modern sounding of all the stories so far Jimmy Jimmereeno and Mickey Mickeranno Salinger And now for the wrap up I finished a couple of nights ago in a marathon reading session A Country Love Story by Jean Stafford is a perfect example of New Yorker fiction from the periodI assume Flight by Steinbeck is vivid and somewhat pointlessto me and reminiscent of The Pearl A Red Letter Day By another Elizabeth Taylor and The Spinster by Peter Taylor are both well crafted tales of middle class female woes English and American The Thurber baseball story is laugh out loud funny and a highlight of the book He uses the phrase bad mouthed in a 1941 story I didn t realize it went back that far Eudora Welty goes all Hollywood wacky screwball and it seems a bit strained and finally William Carlos Williams offers a brief tale of a mighty battle between Doctor and kid patient that is almost surreal in it s blend of comedy and violence Overall this is a great book Just a few too many so so entries to give it a 5 rating Back again for some other thoughts I ve been Wiki ing the authors I hadn t heard about and it s very interesting The world of mid 20th century English and American writers Can t seem to find out anything about Elizabeth Parsons 20 stories in the New Yorker in the 40 s and 50 s Web 20 Architectures pretty famous even if I haven t read a lotor any of their work Not many women writers included The best story so far A Bottle of Milk For Mother by Nelson Algren Day two and several stories read The theme of men behaving badly continues with Conrad and Crane but we also get some Share Retweet Repeat positive stuff as well Open Winter by HL Davis is a great western tale of cultural transition in Eastern Oregon and how men of solid characterfor a change can behave and be rewarded I wonder if Cormac Mccarthy is a Davis fanwe know he s a Faulkner fan That followed by Barn Burning by Faulkner with bad behaviour this time by Abner Snopesreally bad attitude a Damias Children: Rowan 3 (The Tower Hive Sequence) by Anne McCaffrey (1994-02-03) perfectly wrought Progressive Classical Guitar Method: For Beginner to Intermediate Students [Book 1] portrait of relentless cracker meanness and resentment The character of his son a sort of hero is I believe the same Bred by Wolves person that Paul Newman Roy Thinnes and Don Johnson Music Theory - Ukulele Chord Theory - Circle of 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Overall this is a great book Just a few too many so so entries to give it a 5 rating Back again for some other thoughts I ve been Wiki ing the authors I hadn t heard about and it s very interesting The world of mid 20th century English and American writers Can t seem to find out anything about Elizabeth Parsons 20 stories in the New Yorker in the 40 s and 50 s

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SUMMARY Short Story Masterpieces FREE DOWNLOAD Short Story Masterpieces ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Robert Penn Warren ¿ 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Since its first printing in 1954 this outstanding anthology has been the book of choice by teachers students and lovers of short fiction Surveying stories by British and American writers in the first half of the twentieth century editors Robert Penn Warren and Albert Erskine selected stories that broke n. So folks I m trough Excellent collection of short storiesOne of my favourites was The Flight by Steinbeck You have here a variety of topics intertwined in the human experienceI liked how the stories unfolded and the fact that it compels you to linger and think aboutI loved all the stories and they for sure have changed me in different waysI won t give nobody some spoiler who want to read this collectionMaybe I should say that I had the impression during my reading experience these stories comes to you like flash of light full of lifeSo I catch myself pondering about the stories and having the Aha revelation as the thru dropped with a rattle in my consciousness I recommend these collection of short stories with 5 stars and I love this stories each of themSo enjoy and plunge into it You will not regret it MONICA is The Prettiest Affirmations Workbook Positive Affirmations Workbook Includes printing in 1954 this outstanding anthology has been the book of choice by teachers students and lovers of short fiction Surveying stories by British and American writers in the first half of the twentieth century editors Robert Penn Warren and Albert Erskine selected stories that broke n. So folks I m trough Excellent collection of short storiesOne of my favourites was The Flight by Steinbeck You have here a variety of topics intertwined in the human experienceI liked how the stories unfolded and the fact that it compels you to linger and think aboutI loved all the stories and they for sure have changed me in different waysI won t give nobody some spoiler who want to read this collectionMaybe I should say that I had the impression during my reading experience these stories comes to you like flash of light full of lifeSo I catch myself Embodied Posture pondering about the stories and having the Aha revelation as the thru dropped with a rattle in my consciousness I recommend these collection of short stories with 5 stars and I love this stories each of themSo enjoy and Maaninkavaara plunge into it You will not regret it