2 edition of art of the short story. found in the catalog.
art of the short story.
Carl Henry Grabo
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|Pagination||x, 321 p.|
|Number of Pages||321|
Short Story Writing A Practical Treatise on the Art of The Short Story book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book was 3/5. THE ART OF THE STORY: An International Anthology of Contemporary Short Stories User Review - Kirkus. This fat "companion volume" to Halpern's earlier anthology, The Art of the Tale (not reviewed), 4/5(2).
Discusses the concept of second story, short stories that have undercurrents or suggested meanings. Ernest Hemingway's principle of the iceberg; Examples of second story; Factors contributing to the accurate reading of second stories. CHAPTER FIVE: Literary Hemingway: Subversion and Influence. // Modern Fiction & the Art of Subversion;, p Part I. Introduction. The art of the short story -- Part II. Stories [authors A-J]. Dead men's path ; Author's perspective: Modern Africa as the crossroads of culture / Chinua Achebe -- Hands ; Author's perspective: Words not plot give form to a short story / Sherwood Anderson -- Happy endings ; Author's perspective: On the Canadian identity / Margaret Atwood -- Sonny's blues ; Author's.
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The Art of the Short Story is an anthology of the best stories from the best short story writers. See if you recognize a few of these names: Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen Crane, Edgar Allen Poe, Sherwood Anderson, Herman Melville, Jack London, Gustave Flaubert, James Joyce, Leo Tolstoy, Virginia Woolf Cited by: The Art of the Short Story Authors: Dana Gioia and R.S.
Gwynn Pearson-Longman, I really liked the layout of the book. There were fifty-two (52) authors presented, with sixty-three (63) short-stories. The authors were arranged in alphabetical order/5. Through four distinct historical units, the author looks at the development of the short story as a genre.
The historical introductions and visual spreads that begin each unit help instructors and students place the stories they read in a broader by: 2. The Short Story of Art is a pocket guide to key movements, works, themes and techniques – a new and innovative introduction to the subject of art.
Simply constructed, the book explores 50 key works, from the wall paintings of Lascaux to Damien Hirst installations, and then links these to sections on art movements, themes and techniques/5(20).
The Art and Craft of The Short Story is designed to be read. There are a lot of reference books out there with valuable information in them-once you slog through all the heavy, technical copy. This book gets into the meat of writing immediately and addresses issues that resonate with writers of all levels of experience/5(12).
The Art of the Story Attesting to the depth, range, and continued popularity of short fiction, this collection includes seventy-eight contributors from thirty-five countries.
The Art of the Story combines the best of the established masters as well as the fresh, new voices of writers /5. The art and craft of the short story.
I picked it up from my art of the short story. book library because it caught my eye, and because I feel the need to do a degree of "professional development reading" every once in a while - particularly when I'm not getting any writing done/5.
This book, based in large part on the author's limited edition previously-published work, A Literary Modernist: Katherine Mansfield and the Art of the Short Story (Kakapo, ) but having been fully updated throughout, offers an overview to the short stories of Katherine Mansfield, discussing a wide range of her most famous stories from a number of different perspectives/5.
The Art of the Story combines the best of the established masters as well as the fresh, new voices of writers whose work has seldom been translated into English.4/4(47).
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If you've recently purchased books for a college class, you will know what I mean, I've paid upwards of $ for a book. The Art of the Short Story is an anthology of the best stories from the best short story by: Description.
This affordably-priced collection presents masterpieces of short fiction from 52 of the greatest story writers of all time. From Sherwood Anderson to Virginia Woolf, this anthology encompasses a rich global and historical mix of the very best works of short fiction and presents them in a way students will find accessible, engaging, and relevant.
The book's unique integration of Format: Paper. THE ART OF THE SHORT STORY Table of Contents About the Authors. INTRODUCTION. The Art of the Short Story. STORIES. CHINUA ACHEBE, NIGERIAN. Dead Men's Path. Author's Perspective: Achebe on Modern Africa as the Crossroads of Culture.
SHERWOOD ANDERSON, AMERICAN. Hands. Author's Perspective: Anderson on Words Not Plot Give Form to a Short. Hemingway relates the circumstances under which he wrote the short stories; he gives opinion on other writers, critics, and on his own works; he expresses views on the art of the short story.
The essay is published unedited except for some spelling corrections. The Art of the Short Story. STORIES. CHINUA ACHEBE, NIGERIAN. Dead Men's Path. Author's Perspective: Achebe on Modern Africa as the Crossroads of Culture. SHERWOOD ANDERSON, AMERICAN.
Hands. Author's Perspective: Anderson on Words Not Plot Give Form to a Short Story. MARGARET ATWOOD, CANADIAN. Happy Endings.4/4(2). Presents a collection of fifty-two short stories, covering a wide range of international authors and offering insight into the art of short story, including works by Chinua Achebe, William.
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Buy The Art of the Short Story (Pearson English Value Textbook) by Gioia, Dana, Gwynn, R. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). Short story, brief fictional prose narrative that is shorter than a novel and that usually deals with only a few characters.
The short story is usually concerned with a single effect conveyed in only one or a few significant episodes or scenes. Learn more about short stories in this article.Books blog A brief survey of the short story: John Updike.
The longevity and prodigal output of this ‘conspicuously autobiographical writer’ give his complete works the shape of an entire life. When you read from a book of short stories, you know another story is coming.
Collections of short stories almost mimic that “deeply consoling” thing that Díaz describes novels as doing by lasting the length of a book. Murakami’s book seems to exaggerate “the brevity of our moments” by taking away the privilege of the next story.