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The Best American Short Stories 1960 A selection of 19 of the best short stories published in North America during 1959 Includes The Santa Ana by Sanora Babb The Day of the Bullet by Stanley Ellin Words Words Words by George P Elliott The Man Who Looked Like Jesus by Howard Fast August by Mavis Gallant An Evening Performance by George Garrett The Last Running by John Graves The Ledge by Lawrence Sargent Hall The Purchase by Elizabeth Hardwick The Hunter by Lachlan MacDonald The Maid s Shoes by Bernard Malamud I Don t Need You Any More by Arthur Miller Unbelievable Characters by Howard Nemerov Hero by Phyllis Roberts Defender of the Faith by Philip Roth The Man Who Lost the Sea by Theodore Sturgeon A Glance in the Mirror by Harvey Swados Who Was Jesse s Friend and Protector by Peter Taylor Counterclockwise by Elisabeth Larsh YoungThis edition also includes The Yearbook of the American Short Story from January 1 to December 31, 1959, Roll of Honor, Distinctive Short Stories in American Magazines, and other supplementary materials. Best Download The Best American Short Stories 1960 by Martha Foley For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. The Best American Short Stories 1960 is muchenjoyable than the 1950 volume was The stories did not feel as quaint or as forced, although there were two stories which were centered on nature and another with a trick ending Favorite story in this volume was Unbelievable Characters by Howard Nemerov, in which the narrator recounts the unbelievable story his drunk uncle tells It is both clever and funny Another notable story by Peter Taylor One day, I hope that I will be asked to edit a The Best American Short Stories 1960 is muchenjoyable than the 1950 volume was The stories did not feel as quaint or as forced, although there were two...