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Paperback, Fifth Edition, 1712 pages
Published December 1st 1988 by Prentice Hall (first published 1974)
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Chris Gager
A pick up from the transfer station. Somebody's old college textbook. This is the Third Edition and has a Picasso picture on the cover and is not shown in this lookup. From the table of contents I see that I've read maybe 10% of the MANY stories already. Starting tonight...

I only got as far as the three intros. Apparently the story selection has shifted around from edition to edition. Here goes...

1-"The Egg" by Sherwood Anderson: Read before... droll with a sad, bitter undertone.

2-"This Morning,
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Quirkyreader
I found this book at a remainder book shop that my brother worked at.

We would take turns with it.

What I remember most about it was the section on Chaucer.

The book is a good introduction for those who are just starting to get interested in literature.
Kate Walker
Excellent garage sale find. Daisy Miller, Raymond Chandler, Dorothy Parker and tons more. Is it too late to go back and be an English major?
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