Posted: May 8, 2018 Filed under: Short Story Magic Tricks | Tags: 2010s, analysis, Anne Enright, British lit, British literature, criticism, Dublin, fiction, Ireland, Irish lit, Irish literature, short stories, Solstice
Solstice by Anne Enright, 2017 Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 30, 2017 Filed under: Favorites | Tags: Amy Hempel, Anne Enright, Arna Bontemps, Carson McCullers, Claude McKay, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Updike, Joyce Carol Oates, Langston Hughes, Margaret Atwood, Mark Twain, Michael Cunningham, Sterling Brown
The November stories ordered solely on my personal tastes.
- ‘Offertory’ by Amy Hempel
- ‘A Summer Tragedy’ by Arna Bontemps
- ‘Who’s Passing For Who?’ by Langston Hughes
- ‘He Also Loved’ by Claude McKay
- ‘There Was Once’ by Margaret Atwood
- ‘The Cut-Glass Bowl’ by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- ‘The Cousins’ by Joyce Carol Oates
- ‘Until The Girl Died’ by Anne Enright
- ‘And/Or’ by Sterling Brown
- ‘Hunting The Deceitful Turkey’ by Mark Twain
- ‘The Jockey’ by Carson McCullers
- ‘Little Man’ by Michael Cunningham
- ‘Love Song, For A Moog Synthesizer’ by John Updike
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Posted: November 16, 2017 Filed under: Short Story Magic Tricks | Tags: 2000s, analysis, Anne Enright, criticism, fiction, Irish lit, Irish literature, short stories, Until The Girl Died
Until The Girl Died by Anne Enright, 2008 Read the rest of this entry »