5 edition of collected stories of Caroline Gordon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-352).
|Other titles||Collected stories|
|Statement||with an introd. by Robert Penn Warren.|
|LC Classifications||PS3513.O5765 A6 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 352 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||99017641|
W hen Caroline Gordon’s finest novel, Aleck Maury, Sportsman (), was republished nine years ago, it was as part of a “Lost American Fiction Series” brought out by Southern Illinois University Press. That about captures the status of the novelist Flannery O’Connor identified in her letters as “the lady who has taught me so much about writing.”. Review of Caroline Gordon’s COLLECTED STORIES J J Flannery and Caroline "It is a joy to read or reread the stories in this collection, observing the precepts of the teacher coming to life in her work.
Tagged Caroline Gordon, craft of writing, Ford Madox Ford, Princeton University Leave a comment Review of Caroline Gordon’s COLLECTED STORIES J J Flannery and Caroline. The Letters of Flannery O'Connor and Caroline Gordon (Photo: Bob Holladay) Gordon () was born in Todd County, Kentucky, was tutored by her classically trained father, and graduated from Author: Bob Holladay.
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Caroline Gordon (–) was the author of nine novels, two short story collections, and two works of criticism. She was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a winner of the O.
Henry Award. Her Collected Stories was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.4/4(2). The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon Hardcover – March 1, by Caroline Gordon (Author) › Visit Amazon's Caroline Gordon Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This collection brings together all the sho /5. Caroline Gordon (–) was the author of nine novels, two short story collections, and two works of criticism.
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The complete collection of short fiction from a literary stylist who captured the nuances of life in the American South of the early twentieth century, The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon is firmly rooted in the traditions, the social habits, and the land itself.
The Collected Stories by Caroline Gordon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Caroline Gordon (), a native of Kentucky, began her literary career in the ’s after her marriage to poet Allen Tate.
In her first story appeared. In her first novel, Penhally, was published. This was followed by three volumes of short fiction and eight more novels. Get this from a library.
The collected stories of Caroline Gordon. [Caroline Gordon] -- A compilation of all the short fiction of a career spanning over forty years includes such classics as "The Captive" and "Old Red" and such previously uncollected works as "The Olive Garden" and "The.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The petrified woman --The burning eyes --Tom Rivers --Old Red --The enemies --One more time --The long day --To thy chamber window, sweet --The last day in the field --The presence --One against Thebes --Hear the nightingale sing --The forest of the south --The ice house --The captive.
Three stories here—""The Olive Garden,"" ""A Walk with the Accuser,"" and ""The Waterfall""—are previously uncollected; the rest offers all of Gordon's short fiction from earlier volumes. Wife of Allen Tate, critic/anthologist Gordon has a taste for the serial—clusters of stories about the Civil War, about a retired professor and avid fisherman named Aleck Maury (her most famous.
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The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon consists of twenty-three stories grouped into four parts. Except for one story, part 1 confines itself to the early twentieth century and the south-central. Caroline Gordon (–) was the author of nine novels, two short story collections, and two works of was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a winner of the O.
Henry Collected Stories was a New York Times Notable Book of the n works: The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon. Caroline Ferguson Gordon (October 6, – Ap ) was a notable American novelist and literary critic who, while still in her thirties, was the recipient of two prestigious literary awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship and a O.
Henry Award. Biography. Born and raised in Todd County, Kentucky at her family's plantation home known as "Woodstock," Caroline Gordon received a high. The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon by Caroline Gordon avg rating — 45 ratings — published — 5 editions.
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Mark Greaney talks with Chapter 16 about his ninth Gray Man novel. After two Newbery Medals and more than 40 books, Lois Lowry writes her first book in verse. Her two books of short stories have been brought together and are to be published this month by Farrar, Straus & Giroux as ''The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon.''.
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The complete collection of short fiction from a literary stylist who captured the nuances of life in the American South of the early twentieth century, The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon is firmly rooted in the traditions, the social habits, /5(). The Collected Stories of Caroline Gordon (Caroline Gordon) Thirteen Stories (Eudora Welty) Little Raw Souls (Steven Schwartz) The Burgess Boys (Elizabeth Strout) The Penguin Book of Ghost Stories: From Elizabeth Gaskell to Ambrose .Caroline Gordon 3, words, approx.
13 pages Although Caroline Gordon was far more productive as a novelist than as a short-story writer (she published nine novels and two story collections--not including her Collected Stories --plus a s. The more exciting of these collections is Christine Flanagan’s The Letters of Flannery O’Connor and Caroline Gordon.
These letters not only chronicle the year friendship between the two women, they provide remarkable insight into what functioned as a kind of epistolary writer’s workshop with the two women offering critiques of each.