6 edition of Classic Women"s Short Stories found in the catalog.
Classic Women"s Short Stories
2005 by Audiofy/Naxos .
Written in English
Audiofy Digital Audiobook Chips
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A short story is a fantastic way to get a sense of an author’s voice. Here are ten thought-provoking classic short stories by women authors.
You’ll be able to read some of them (those in the public domain) right here on this site; others are part of these authors’ short story collections. Five stories from influential women writers of the nineteenth century and the first decades of the twentieth century.
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A struggle for independence is at the heart of V.S. Naipaul’s darkly comic and very moving novel. Betty Smith’s classic is. Her novels and short stories are of bittersweet memories and quick, violent societal injustices.
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Included are: One Evening, The Devil, A Sister's Confession, The Beggar, The Drunkard, The Adopted Son, An Artifice, My Uncle Sosthenes, Father Milon, The Piece of String, and Solitude.
I just finished this collection of short stories and they were excellent. Susan Cahill edited the collection and makes it very clear that this book is not about feminism, it is simply stories about the lives of women in many of their roles: mother, daughter, lover, wife, 4/5(31).
Touching on those moments in life when you wish to act out but choose to stay in the shadows, this short collection of short stories is Author: Alex Weiss. A list of the best collections of short stories, either anthologies with stories by multiple authors or collections with stories by one author.
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Short stories are more than just a quick fix of fiction for the time-strapped. Here we round up 20 classic and modern short story collections that should be on everyone's radar, whether you're Author: Olivia Ovenden.
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This website is dedicated to the short story and to those interested in reading this delightful art form. Fewer and fewer people these days read short stories. This is unfortunate. Few will ever experience the joy that reading such fine work can give. The goal of this site is to give a nice cross section of short stories in the hope that these.
Classic Literature Summaries. Below you will find the full list of 63 summaries we have in our database, listed alphabetically by associated author. Each is a chapter by chapter summary of the associated work. Check out this great listen on A collection of short stories written by some of the greatest female writers of all time, including Virginia Woolf, Kate Chopin, Katherine Mansfield, and Winifred Holtby.
Public Domain (P) Saland Publishing. Short Inspirational stories are powerful reads; The great thing about them is that they’re so easy to digest, and there’s always a moral at the end of the story.
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James, ‘ Lost Hearts ‘ (). One of just two stories M. James published in the Victorian era (many of his stories were written in the s and s), this is an unsettling story about an orphan boy who goes to stay at the house of his distant relation, Mr Abney.
Soon after his arrival, the young boy learns that two children who. Listen to Classic Women's Short Stories Audiobook by George Eliot, Edith Wharton, Katherine Mansfield, Mary Lamb, Kate Chopin, Amelia Edwards, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, narrated by Emma Hignett, Bart Wolffe, Emma Topping, David PhiloBrand: Saland Publishing.
The American Literature Library has thousands of FREE short stories and classic books free for you to enjoy. The site features a vast short story library and great authors from around the world as well as books, stories, poems, quotations and searchable quotes.
Don't miss our short story collections, children's library and Christmas stories. Synopsis Over half of the short stories written during this century have been writen by women.
This book is an anthology of British women's short stories and authors represented include Rebecca West, Jean Rhys, Elizabeth Bowen, Olivia Manning, Elizabeth Taylor, Doris Lessing and Rose Tremain /5(5).
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This could be a long book, or a very short book, depending on your reading speed and what title you choose. These classic stories are so short, you have no excuse not to read them.
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