Charmed Lives

Charmed Lives : Classic English Short Stories

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The four volumes of "Classic English short stories" have been compiled to reflect the variety of short fiction written in English during the 20th century. Each volume covers a different period and represents the most distinguished writers of their day. This collection contains stories written in English in the 1950s and 1960s, many by authors living in countries as diverse as Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Nigeria and the West Indies. T.S.Dorsch has made the selection and added a preface and biographical more

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 130 x 200 x 16mm | 222.26g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford Paperbacks
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • forms transparencies
  • 0192821504
  • 9780192821508

About T.S. Dorsch

T.S. Dorsch is a writer of short stories and a more

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Preface. "The great wave", Mary Lavin; "Cat up a tree", William Sansom; "The pepper-tree", Dal Stivens; "The size of a pocket handkerchief", Viola Meynell; "The people before", Maurice Shadbolt; "Great Uncle Crow", H.E.Bates; "Late night on Watling Street", Bill Naughton; "A high dive", L.P.Hartley; "The interview", R.Prawer Jhabvala; "A message from the pig-man", John Wain; "The bishop's aunt", L.E.Jones; "Charmed lives", Nadine Gordimer; "The man in the moon", Peter Ustinov; "I can play schools", May C.Jenkins; "Last spring they came over", Morley Callaghan; "Forty years on", Norah Lofts; "The will of Allah", David Owoyele; "Ten minutes to twelve", Angus Wislon; "Afternoon of a faun", Rhys Davies; "A wedding in spring", George more

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