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Find the hottest pocketbook stories you'll love. Read hot and popular stories about pocketbook on Wattpad. The Pocket Book of Short Stories book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A collection of 22 short stories by 22 masters of. PHR Tagalog Pocketbooks Free Reading Read Books, Tagalog, Romance Novels. Puntahan . The Shelf! Book for Pocketbook Tagalog. Read Chapter 74 from the story Campus Nerd To Campus Princess (Published) by deliixx with reads.


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Payment Security Payments are handled securely by Checkout. Problems with your order? How droll! A talking cat.

This is the kind of tale that Stephen King could write in his sleep, and I think it suffers from the dated writing. Probably yeah.

Henry-A Municipal Report A great little morality tale told by a master. A very typical O. Henry plot twist at the end.

Anton Chekhov-The Darling Very different from the previous story. Very Russian. The main character, Olenka, drifts through life with no personal opinions, and seems to simply latch on to whomever she is with presently.

I thought it was quite depressing. It jumps around and could not empathize or care about any of the characters. Not nearly as good as any of his other more famous works.

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Yes, that is what Tolstoy is getting across, but it seems so alien to modern American culture now. Forgiveness seems alien to our country. Edgar Allen Poe-The Cask of Amontillado While this is not my favorite Poe at all, the concept of the short story would not be the same without him.

An essential short story. Big Blonde-Dorothy Parker. I loved this story. A sad tale about a wasted life, beautifully told.

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Hazel is an unforgettable character and I suspect Ms. Parker was well acquainted with people like her in Depression era New York. Perhaps my favorite story in the collection. Even if one did not have any background on Ms. Near the end, she writes: It occurred to him that all the flowers he had seen in the show windows must have gone the same way, long before this.

Seeds-Sherwood Anderson. This seemed overly mannered to me. I realize the characters exchange their positions, but it was tedious to follow. Bliss-Katherine Mansfield.

This is one to read carefully. Very subtle. Rain-Somerset Maugham. One of my favorite Maugham tales.

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Straightforward prose and a delicious ending. Haircut-Ring Lardner. Stream of consciousness dialogue from the barber. The last sentence: How droll! A talking cat.

This is the kind of tale that Stephen King could write in his sleep, and I think it suffers from the dated writing. Probably yeah. Henry-A Municipal Report A great little morality tale told by a master.

A very typical O. Henry plot twist at the end. Anton Chekhov-The Darling Very different from the previous story.

Very Russian. The main character, Olenka, drifts through life with no personal opinions, and seems to simply latch on to whomever she is with presently. I thought it was quite depressing. It jumps around and could not empathize or care about any of the characters.

Not nearly as good as any of his other more famous works. Yes, that is what Tolstoy is getting across, but it seems so alien to modern American culture now. Forgiveness seems alien to our country.

Edgar Allen Poe-The Cask of Amontillado While this is not my favorite Poe at all, the concept of the short story would not be the same without him.

An essential short story. FYI Amontillado is a type of sherry. Sorry, I hate sherry.

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A Passion in the Desert-Honore de Balzac As much as I tried to enjoy the story, I could not get over the undercurrent of loathing for our natural world. View 2 comments. Jul 17, K. Searching for short stories for our little once a week read-aloud sessions for a group of year olds.

Many of these stories are really bad. It makes me sad that people out there could really be so very miserable. However, some of my favorites: May 03, Charles Puskas rated it really liked it.

A small, handy pocket-book collection of 22 good short stories by 22 great masters of the genre: Munro ; a scary short by the masterful Edgar Allan Poe; precarious relationship entanglements in Katherine Mansfield; the intense "The Killers" by Ernest Hemingway; a German family between two wars in Thomas Mann; a scandalous missionary tale by W.

Somerset Maugham; an ode to man and beast in Ho A small, handy pocket-book collection of 22 good short stories by 22 great masters of the genre: Henry; Willa Cather; Sherwood Anderson. What a treat to dip into these whenever I have some free time! May 22, J. I was a little concerned to note that this didn't have any Flannery O'Connor stories in it, but with a teeny bit of research found out that it was published just a few years after her death.

This is a wonderful little book, full of great stories--fun, famous ones like "The Devil and Dan'l Webster" and "Tobermory," and deep, powerful ones like Sherwood Anderson's "Seeds. For people who might care:Now how is that for "pleasing mom Am I not spoken of still in every church in New England? Katherine Ann rated it liked it May 27, English Choose a language for shopping. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. They are roughly A5-sized digest size and about pages thick.