Studying the short-story by J. Berg Esenwein

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Editor Esenwein, J. Berg (Joseph Berg), 1867-1946
LoC No. 18016729
Title Studying the short-story
Sixteen short-story classics with introductions, notes and a new laboratory study method for individual reading and use in colleges and schools.
Original Publication United States: The Home Correspondence School,1918.
Series Title The Writer's library
Contents An introduction to the study of the short-story -- Stories of action and adventure: Mateo Falcone / Prosper Merimee. A lodging for the night / Robert Louis Stevenson -- Stories of mystery and fantasy: The purloined letter / Edgar Allan Poe. The monkey's paw / W.W. Jacobs -- Stories of emotion: The last class / Alphonse Daudet. Without benefit of clergy / Rudyard Kipling -- Humorous stories: The ransom of Red Chief / O. Henry. The courting of T'Nowhead's Bell / James M. Barrie -- Stories of setting: The outcasts of Poker Flat / Bret Harte. Moonlight / Guy de Maupassant -- Impressionistic stories: The white old maid / Nathaniel Hawthorne. The fall of the House of Usher / Edgar Allan Poe -- Character studies: The piece of string / Guy de Maupassant. The substitute / Francois Coppee --
Psychological studies: Markheim / Robert Louis Stevenson. On the stairs / Arthur Morrison.
Credits Andrés V. Galia, QMacrocarpa and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive)
Language English
LoC Class PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections
Subject Short stories
Subject Short story
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EBook-No. 68291
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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