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Milton Crane

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Milton Crane is Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature at George Washington University and the University of Chicago. His is the author several books and articles on English literature, as well as the editor of the Bantam anthology, 50 Great American Short Stories.

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Fifty Great American Short Stories

Written by Milton Crane

Format: Paperback, 672 pages
Publisher: Bantam Classics
On Sale: August 1, 1984
Price: $6.99

The genius of American writing as shown in a wide range of stories by acclaimed authors including O.Henry, Stephen Crane, Jack London, Sarah Orne Jewett, Theodore Dreiser, Herman Melville, John Collier, James Agee, John Cleever, Irwin Shaw, Carson McCullers and others.

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Fifty Great Short Stories

Written by Milton Crane

Format: Paperback, 592 pages
Publisher: Bantam Classics
On Sale: August 1, 1983
Price: $6.99

50 Great Short Stories is a comprehensive selection from the world's finest short fiction. The authors represented range from Hawthorne, Maupassant, Poe, through Henry James, Conrad, Aldous Huxley, James Joyce, to Hemingway, Katherine Anne Porter, Faulkner, E.B. White, Saroyan and O'Connor. The variety in style and subject is enormous, but all... Read more >
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