THE BEST BRITISH SHORT STORIES -- 1935 by Edward J. ed. O'Brien

THE BEST BRITISH SHORT STORIES -- 1935

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There needs scarcely more than an announcement, for you know your market here:- schools and colleges, public libraries, short story study groups, writers' groups, etc. Generally speaking, the stories would seem to indicate that the outstanding short story writers of the British field are less ""left wing"" than the parallel group over here. A good many unfamiliar names, but also including stories by L. A. G. Strong, H. E. Bates, Peter Chamberlain, Walter Greenwood, Norah Hoult. Year-book of the British, Irish and Colonial S.S.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1935
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin