The Modern Short Story by Frank Myszor
  

The Modern Short Story

Written by Frank Myszor
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Part of the Cambridge Contexts in Literature Series

Synopsis

The Modern Short Story by Frank Myszor

Critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres. The modern short story has suffered critical neglect in Britain. This book is something of an attempt to redress the situation. It focuses on short stories written in English mainly in Britain and America and is in three sections: short stories in the 19th century; modernism and short stories; and contemporary and post-modern short stories.

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Format

Paperback
130 pages

Author

Frank Myszor
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

1st August 2001

ISBN

9780521774734


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