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modern short stories

authors and titles

MammalabiliaDouglas Florianpoetry
I Stand Here Ironing Tillie Olsen
Stone Boy Gina Berriault
Barn Burning William Faulkner
The Life You Save May Be Your Own Flannery O'Connor
Flight John Steinbeck
A Worn Path Eudora Welty
Wagner Matinee Willa Cather
Old Man At the Bridge Ernest Hemmingway
Sophistication Sherwood Anderson
Winter Dreams F. Scott Fitzgerald
Desiree's Baby Kate Chopin
Law of Life Jack London
THe Kiss Kate Chopin
Story of an Hour Kate Chopin
A Summer's Reading Bernard Malamud
From Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone James Baldwin
True Love Isaac Asimov
Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
The Little House Shirley Jackson
The Cat Bird Seat James Thurber
He Catherine Anne Porter
Man and Daughter in the Cold John Updike
Created by: 07adelmanl