I read this a few years ago, and now don't remember most of the stories. "Pet Milk," though, is in my top five of favorite short stories of all time. I should reread the rest of this, and more of his other stuff, sometime.... Dybeck was partly responsible for the time I came close to moving away from New York to go to school in Chicago, and he is is not at all responsible for the fact that I finally didn't.
If you've never read "Pet Milk," you should. I can see how maybe not everyone would think it's the greatest short story ever, but I must politely dissent. To me "Pet Milk" is the little black dress of twentieth-century short fiction. It is certainly not the most interesting or innovative thing going, but it's a beautiful classic that everyone should own.