7 edition of The American short story in the twenties found in the catalog.
1975 by University Of Chicago Press .
Written in English
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Coming on the heels of a world war that forever changed warfare itself and the world map, the s were the first discrete decade to have all the basic. Pages in category "s short stories" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes. The Departure (short story) L. A Little Fable; V. The Vulture (short story). Richard Ford, who is among the finest of American novelists and short-story writers, edits and introduces this volume.
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Featuring 19 of the finest works from the most distinguished writers in the American short-story tradition, this new compilation begins with Nathaniel Hawthorne's tale Young Goodman Brown and ranges across an entire century, concluding with Ernest Hemingway's classic.
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Roaring Twenties Fact 1: Airplanes: Flight technology advanced significantly during airline industry received a boost in the Roaring Twenties with the passage of the Air Commerce Act which provided government aid for building new airports.
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