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The Penguin Book of Caribbean Short Stories

by Various

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Published by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsE. A. Markham (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages464
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7351114M
ISBN 100140245030
ISBN 109780140245035

David Dabydeen, Our Lady of Demerara, Peepal Tree Press, England, Paperback Ed. CARIBBEAN MODERN CLASSICS Wilson Harris, The Eye of the Scarecrow, First published in Great Britain in by Faber and Faber, Republished by Peepal Tree Press, England, Wilson Harris, Heartland, First published in Great Britain in by Faber and Faber, Republished by Peepal Tree . The Penguin Book of English Short Stories The Penguin Book of English Short Stories. 2 books in this series. 2 books in this series (Browse books in this series-old desc) Sign up to the Penguin Newsletter. For the latest books, recommendations, offers and more. Please enter an email.

The Penguin Book of Short Stories may reward the patient listener to the voices of these tellers.” —PopMatters “Jhumpa Lahiri crowns her public turn as an Italophile and translator with [The Penguin Book of Italian Short Stories]/5(23). About The Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories. A major new collection of Japanese short stories, many appearing in English for the first time, with an introduction by Haruki Murakami, author of Killing Commendatore A Penguin Classics Hardcover.

This volume contains sixteen examples of the English short story at its best: immediately captivating and hugely entertaining. Some stories are classics, such as James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’; others – like ‘Mr Loveday’s Little Outing’ by Evelyn Waugh – are relatively unknown and a joy to discover. The collection also includes Charles Dickens’ premonitory tale, ‘The Signalman. The Penguin Book of the Contemporary British Short Story by Philip Hensher. 'Sometimes - not often - a book comes along that feels like Christmas. Philip Hensher's timely, but timeless, selection of the best short stories from the past 20 years is that kind of book.


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