Except for the fact that there is the interest of discovery of a majority of unfamiliar names (to the American public), this...

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THE BEST BRITISH SHORT STORIES 1937

Except for the fact that there is the interest of discovery of a majority of unfamiliar names (to the American public), this seems a fairly mediocre group of stories. The usual current types of stories, social themes, modern horror stories, and virtually no ""period pieces"". Among many unknown names, one spots a few known writers, -- Hanley, Bowen, Golding. The volume includes the Yearbook of the British, Irish and Colonial short stories.

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Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937