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The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction - Shorter(6th,2000)  무료배송

 
지은이 : R. V. Cassill/Richard Bausch
출판사 : Norton
판수 : shorter sixth edition
페이지수 : 1032
ISBN : 0393975096
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도서가격 : 30,000원 ( 무료배송 )
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A bestseller from first publication, The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction has been adopted in over 750 schools in its Fifth Edition. From the start, it has offered students the writer's voice, pure and unencumbered by excessive editorial commentary. This new Sixth Shorter Edition continues to abide by R.V. Cassill's initial plan: "to put together a very large group of stories that would, in detail and overall design, express both the living tradition of short fiction and the culture of which it is a part."
Richard Bausch holds the Lillian and Morrie A. Moss Chair of Excellence at the University of Memphis. He is the author of nine novels, including In the Night Season and Hello to the Cannibals, and five volumes of stories, among them a Modern Library edition of selected stories and The Stories of Richard Bausch. In 2004 he was given the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction.

R. V. Cassill the original editor of The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction, taught creative writing at the Iowa Writer뭩 Workshop and at Brown, Purdue, Columbia, and Harvard. He was the author of more than thirty books of fiction, including the novels Clem Anderson, Dr. Cobb뭩 Game, and After Goliath. Cassil뭩 Collected Stories was published in 1989. He died in Rhode Island in 2002. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Sherwood Anderson
I Want to Know Why
Margaret Atwood
Death by Landscape
James Baldwin
Sonny뭩 Blues
Ann Beattie
Snow
Ambrose Bierce
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
Raymond Carver
Cathedral
Willa Cather
Paul뭩 Case
Related: Andrea Barrett on Paul뭩 Case
John Cheever
The Enormous Radio
Anton Chekhov
The Lady with the Lap Dog
Kate Chopin
The Story of an Hour
Joseph Conrad
Heart of Darkness
Julio Cort�zar
A Continuity of Parks
Stephen Crane,
The Open Boat
Andre Dubus
The Intruder
Ralph Ellison
King of the Bingo Game
Louise Erdrich
Matchimanito
William Faulkner
Barn Burning
The Bear
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Babylon Revisited
Richard Ford
Great Falls
George Garrett
Wounded Soldier
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
The Yellow Wallpaper
Nadine Gordimer
A Soldier뭩 Embrace
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Young Goodman Brown
Ernest Hemingway
Hills Like White Elephants
Shirley Jackson
The Lottery
Thom Jackson
The Pugilist at Rest
James Joyce
Araby
The Dead
Franz Kafka
The Metamorphosis
Jamaica Kincaid
Girl
D. H. Lawrence
The Horse Dealer뭩 Daughter
Ursula K. Le Guin
The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas
Bernard Malamud
Angel Levine
Guy De Maupassant
Boule de Suif
William Maxwell
The Thistles in Sweden
Herman Melville
Bartleby, the Scrivener
Herman Melville
Bartleby, the Scrivener
Alice Munro
Royal Beatings
Vladimir Nabokov
Signs and Symbols
Joyce Carol Oates
How I Contemplated the World from the Detroit House of Correction and Began My Life Over Again
Tim O묪rien
The Things They Carried
Flannery O묬onnor
A Good Man Is Hard to Find
Frank O묬onnor
Guests of the Nation
Tillie Olsen
Tell Me a Riddle
Edgar Allan Poe
The Fall of the House of Usher
Katherine Anne Porter
Flowering Judas
Lee Smith
Intensive Care
Jean Stafford
In the Zoo
John Steinbeck
The Chrysanthemums
Amy Tan
Rules of the Game
James Thurber
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Leo Tolstoy
The Death of Ivan Ilych
John Updike
A & P
Helena Mar�a Viramontes
The Moths
Alice Walker
Everyday Use
Eudora Welty
Why I Live at the P.O.
W.D.Wetherell
The Man Who Loved Levittown
William Carlos Williams
The Use of Force
Tobias Wolff
In the Garden of the North American Martyrs
Virginia Woolf
Kew Gardens
Richard Wright
The Man Who Was Almost a Man
Margaret Atwood
Why Do You Write?
Toni Cade Bambara
What Is It I Think I뭢 Doing Anyhow?
Raymond Carver
On Writing
Anton Chekhov
Joseph Conrad
Ralph Ellison
An Interview
Gail Godwin
Ernest Hemingway
Henry James
D. H. Lawrence
Doris Lessing
Guy de Maupassant
Bharati Mukherjee
A Four-Hundred-Year-Old Woman
Alice Munro
What is Real?
Flannery O묬onnor
The Nature and Aim of Fiction
Edgar Allan Poe
The Philosophy of Composition
Katherine Anne Porter
An Interview
James Thurber
An Interview
Leo Tolstoy
What is Art?
Eudora Welty
An Interview
Glossary of Acknowledgments
"This antholology has some excellent selections, with intelligent choices made as to which works of certain authors to present( Faulkner's are amazing) and a wonderful variety of styles and subjects. As to Cassill himself being a "master" of the short story, however, that may be undue praise, and his own addition to the collection(rather presumptuous and inappropriate for the editor) would have been better replaced by more worthy possibilities. Jack London is unpardonably nowhere to be found. Yet on the whole worth a space on your shelf."
 
"Writers, especially beginning writers, interested in short stories should take a good glance at this anthology. The book draws from a wide selection of international literature leaning towards the contemporary (stories written within the last 20 - 30 years) rather than the modern or classics of the short story genre. The beginning briefly covers some common ideas about action, plot, complication, point of view, indirection, the part and the whole and coherence followed up by questions suitable for classroom discussions. The bulk of the book comes from stories chosen by the editors who wish to believe that even if you bother to read every selection in the book, you as a reader may finish reading the book but the book, the stories themselves may not be finished with you, their ideas staying with you long after the book has been sold back to a college usedbook store or disposed of in some other way. Finally, the last hundred pages deal with writing literature criticism as well as the act of writing itself in short, brief excerpts written by several of the writers who are included in the collection. Although it is on the pricey side, it is a good reference for those interested in short story writing. Another anthology to consider is The Art of the Story edited by Daniel Halpern which is much less expensive and more contemporary than the Norton Anthology."

"The short stories in this collection are excellent. However, I wish that at the end of each story, there would be 2-3 questions to help guide the reader's analysis. Some of the stories are really out there and I sometimes found myself puzzled upon completing a story. Some of the stories have an accompaning essay which analizes the work. However, these essays are scarce. Even worse, the essays are attached to short stories that are well-known such as the "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad. There is plenty written about these famous stories that can be found on the internet. The less famous stories, which don't have accompaning essays, have almost no criticism written about them. A couple "guide questions" at the end of the story would not have added much to the length of the anthology. Of course, if you are using this collection in a college course, you don't need analysis included in the collection because your teacher or class discussion can help clarify the story.

Another problem I have with the collection is that the date the story was written are not included with the story. The dates the stories were written are contained in a separate section of the book. Thus, it is annoying to flip to this section and then to flip back to the story itself.

At the beginning of each story, the editors of the collection have included a short synopsis about the author's life and writing career. This adds much to the collection. The editors also include helful footnotes that explain era-specific words and phrases. The anthology also contains useful essays regarding writing about short fiction.

Overall, this book is wonderful. Hopefully in future editions, my concerns can be addressed."

   
 
   
 
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