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Series: Short story index reprint series. Hardcover: 253 pages. Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (December 1, 1977). ISBN-13: 978-0836941593. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.
The stories contained span the course of his career, from "Advice to Young Girls" in 1865 to the titular tale in 1904.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. He wrote several novels that examined the social, political and philosophical issues of the time as well as many plays and short stories. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
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Not valid on new books or books that ship from other sellers. Does not combine with other promotions. Promotion valid until 5:00 PM (EST) on January 6, 2020. Image courtesy of openlibrary. Salem Kittredge, and other stories (Short story index reprint series) by Bliss Perry. Hardcover: 352 pages. Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1970).
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The followings are individual short stories. A brief publication history of each of them is provided, but it is by no means complete, as this is not intended to be a bibliography but simply a list for providing a quick look at the original publication date of the stories. The information is taken from Stott except when indicated. The Punctiliousness of Don Sebastian".
People were challenged to write a story which was no longer than 55 words, but which contained a discernible plot, believable characters, and an unexpected twist at the .
People were challenged to write a story which was no longer than 55 words, but which contained a discernible plot, believable characters, and an unexpected twist at the end. He received such an enthusiastic response that in the end Steve was able to put together an entire collection of short stories, which he titled ’The World’s Shortest Stories. Once you’ve started reading them you just can’t stop! Distressed.