The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction Master teachers and writers R V Cassill and Joyce Carol Oates offer here a refreshed and updated edition of The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction celebrating not only an enduring literary genr

  • Title: The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction
  • Author: R.V. Cassill Joyce Carol Oates
  • ISBN: 9780393968330
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Master teachers and writers R V Cassill and Joyce Carol Oates offer here a refreshed and updated edition of The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction, celebrating not only an enduring literary genre but also that genre s continuing energy and diversity.

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    1. It is hard to rate the book as a whole because so many people have contributed to making this book into what it is. However, we talked about "Cowboys are my weakness" in class and I took it upon myself to read the story. I really enjoyed reading the story. This story has played a huge role in changing my perception of reading, writing and wanting to write better. It has been pretty inspirational and life-changing.

    2. This was actually a pretty good book for being a class read. I loved the different varieties of stories. My favorites were the ones that made people squirm when we read them aloud in class. It's always weird for people to hear their professer say "Fuck".

    3. (3.3/5.0) Hit or miss. My professor Bharati Mukherjee made us read her own story first. She also turned me onto Andre Dubus, though. So, thanks for that.

    4. I love short stories. The language has to be taut and the plot points carefully constructed in a "good" short story--it's a particular skill set that not all writers possess. Anthologies are great for that reason. They do the weeding out for you and give you the "best" of the genre. At the very least, I now have a list of authors to check out.

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