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 Good book recommendation: 【Fifty Great Short Stories

[Fifty Great Short Stories] The book contains 50 classic short stories by world writers. It is suitable for readers who are introductory to English original books and hope to improve their English vocabulary and readers who love English literature.

Author: Milton Crane

Publication time: 1983

Number of pages: 592 pages

Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.5 cm

Publisher Name: Bantam Classics

Remaining inventory: 38 pieces

After the last 38 pieces are sold out, the original store price will be restored

 

Short stories are not as long, numerous in characters, and complicated in plots as novels. Their charm lies in their short length, compact rhythm, and stress-free reading. It only takes ten minutes to read an article, which is very suitable for people who don't have a whole reading time.

 

This book contains 50 masterpieces of short stories from 37 world-renowned authors:
World four short story writer O. Henry, Chekhov, maupassant, Mark Twain, and Nobel laureate rabindranath tagore, Hemingway, Faulkner, Russian literary masters of the three major pushkin, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and to hold a place among the various schools of literature, hawthorne, maugham, kafka, zweig, dickens and his dragon interface, Fitzgerald, etc.

Readable and classic short stories with rich plots and diverse themes:

The mutual temptation of relatives and friends, the germination and death of love, the friendship between men, alternative business models, the transformation of goodness into cheeks and hearts, the recollection of the past, the exploration of fear, the daydreams interspersed with reality, and the heartwarming Thought-provoking honey talk, reflection on the doctor-patient relationship, humorous and pungent irony, free movement of thoughts, and gleam in the dark.


 "Fifty Short Stories" cover everything. Everyone is unique, memorable or contains profound philosophy, which requires us to think deeply. This book contains classic short stories by writers such as Hemingway, Chekhov, Hawthorne, Maupassant, O. Henry, and Alan Poe.

1.The Garden Party—Katherine Mansfield
2.The Three-Day Blow—Ernest Hemingway
3.The Standard of Living—Dorothy Parker
4.The Saint—V. S. Pritchett
5.The Other Side of the Hedge—E. M. Forster
6.Brooksmith—Henry James
7.The Jockey—Carson McCullers
8.The Courting of Dinah Shadd—Rudyard Kipling
9.The Shot—Alexander Poushkin(translated by T. Keane)
10.Graven Image—John O’Hara
11.Putois—Anatole France(translated by Frederic Chapman)  
12.Only the Dead Know Brooklyn—Thomas Wolfe
13.A. V. Laider—Max Beerbohm
14.The Lottery—Shirley Jackson
15.The Masque of the Red Death—Edgar Allan Poe
16.Looking Back—Guy de Maupassant (translated by H. N. P. Sloman)
17.The Man Higher Up—O. Henry
18.The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse—William Saroyan
19.The Other Two—Edith Wharton
20.Theft—Katherine Anne Porter
21A Good Man Is Hard to Find—Flannery O’Connor
22.The Man of the House—Frank O’Connor
23.The Man Who Shot Snapping Turtles—Edmund Wilson
24.The Gioconda Smile—Aldous Huxley
25.The Curfew Tolls—Stephen Vincent Benét
26.Father Wakes Up the Village—Clarence Day
27.Ivy Day in the Committee Room—James Joyce
28.The Chrysanthemums—John Steinbeck
29.The Door—E. B. White
30.An Upheaval—Anton Chekhov
31.How Beautiful with Shoes—Wilbur Daniel Steele
32.A Haunted House—Virginia Woolf
33.The Catbird Seat—James Thurber
34.The Schartz-Metterklume Method—“Saki” (H. H. Munro)
35.The Death of a Bachelor—ArthurSchnitzler
36.The Apostate—George Milburn
37.The Phoenix—Sylvia Townsend Warner
38.That Evening Sun—William Faulkner
39.The Law—Robert M. Coates
40.The Tale—Joseph Conrad
41.A Girl from Red Lion, P.A.—H. L. Mencken
42.Main Currents of American Thought—Irwin Shaw
43.The Ghosts—Lord Dunsany
44.The Minister’s Black Veil—Nathaniel Hawthorne
45.A String of Beads—W. Somerset Maugham
46.The Golden Honeymoon—Ring Lardner
47The Man Who Could Work Miracles—H. G. Wells
48.The Foreigner—Francis Steegmuller
49Thrawn Janet—Robert Louis Stevenson
50.The Chaser—John Collier

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AYALA Bookstore will launch online low-price promotion, order now to enjoy another 5% OFF【SPECIAL10】

 Good book recommendation: 【Fifty Great Short Stories

[Fifty Great Short Stories] The book contains 50 classic short stories by world writers. It is suitable for readers who are introductory to English original books and hope to improve their English vocabulary and readers who love English literature.

Author: Milton Crane

Publication time: 1983

Number of pages: 592 pages

Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.5 cm

Publisher Name: Bantam Classics

Remaining inventory: 38 pieces

After the last 38 pieces are sold out, the original store price will be restored

 

Short stories are not as long, numerous in characters, and complicated in plots as novels. Their charm lies in their short length, compact rhythm, and stress-free reading. It only takes ten minutes to read an article, which is very suitable for people who don't have a whole reading time.

 

This book contains 50 masterpieces of short stories from 37 world-renowned authors:
World four short story writer O. Henry, Chekhov, maupassant, Mark Twain, and Nobel laureate rabindranath tagore, Hemingway, Faulkner, Russian literary masters of the three major pushkin, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and to hold a place among the various schools of literature, hawthorne, maugham, kafka, zweig, dickens and his dragon interface, Fitzgerald, etc.

Readable and classic short stories with rich plots and diverse themes:

The mutual temptation of relatives and friends, the germination and death of love, the friendship between men, alternative business models, the transformation of goodness into cheeks and hearts, the recollection of the past, the exploration of fear, the daydreams interspersed with reality, and the heartwarming Thought-provoking honey talk, reflection on the doctor-patient relationship, humorous and pungent irony, free movement of thoughts, and gleam in the dark.


 "Fifty Short Stories" cover everything. Everyone is unique, memorable or contains profound philosophy, which requires us to think deeply. This book contains classic short stories by writers such as Hemingway, Chekhov, Hawthorne, Maupassant, O. Henry, and Alan Poe.

1.The Garden Party—Katherine Mansfield
2.The Three-Day Blow—Ernest Hemingway
3.The Standard of Living—Dorothy Parker
4.The Saint—V. S. Pritchett
5.The Other Side of the Hedge—E. M. Forster
6.Brooksmith—Henry James
7.The Jockey—Carson McCullers
8.The Courting of Dinah Shadd—Rudyard Kipling
9.The Shot—Alexander Poushkin(translated by T. Keane)
10.Graven Image—John O’Hara
11.Putois—Anatole France(translated by Frederic Chapman)  
12.Only the Dead Know Brooklyn—Thomas Wolfe
13.A. V. Laider—Max Beerbohm
14.The Lottery—Shirley Jackson
15.The Masque of the Red Death—Edgar Allan Poe
16.Looking Back—Guy de Maupassant (translated by H. N. P. Sloman)
17.The Man Higher Up—O. Henry
18.The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse—William Saroyan
19.The Other Two—Edith Wharton
20.Theft—Katherine Anne Porter
21A Good Man Is Hard to Find—Flannery O’Connor
22.The Man of the House—Frank O’Connor
23.The Man Who Shot Snapping Turtles—Edmund Wilson
24.The Gioconda Smile—Aldous Huxley
25.The Curfew Tolls—Stephen Vincent Benét
26.Father Wakes Up the Village—Clarence Day
27.Ivy Day in the Committee Room—James Joyce
28.The Chrysanthemums—John Steinbeck
29.The Door—E. B. White
30.An Upheaval—Anton Chekhov
31.How Beautiful with Shoes—Wilbur Daniel Steele
32.A Haunted House—Virginia Woolf
33.The Catbird Seat—James Thurber
34.The Schartz-Metterklume Method—“Saki” (H. H. Munro)
35.The Death of a Bachelor—ArthurSchnitzler
36.The Apostate—George Milburn
37.The Phoenix—Sylvia Townsend Warner
38.That Evening Sun—William Faulkner
39.The Law—Robert M. Coates
40.The Tale—Joseph Conrad
41.A Girl from Red Lion, P.A.—H. L. Mencken
42.Main Currents of American Thought—Irwin Shaw
43.The Ghosts—Lord Dunsany
44.The Minister’s Black Veil—Nathaniel Hawthorne
45.A String of Beads—W. Somerset Maugham
46.The Golden Honeymoon—Ring Lardner
47The Man Who Could Work Miracles—H. G. Wells
48.The Foreigner—Francis Steegmuller
49Thrawn Janet—Robert Louis Stevenson
50.The Chaser—John Collier

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  • If for whatever reason you're not completely satisfied, then return the product within 30 days
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  • Delivery time: 7-14 days
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