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Women and Fiction II

Short Stories By and About Women

“A companion volume to the critically acclaimed Women and Fiction. This brilliant new anthology of 26 stories brings together women writers of many different countries, women who possess an artistry and a concern for the human condition that make their work universal. . . . Jane Bowles, M.F.K. Fisher, Nadine Gordimer, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Elizabeth Bowen, Elizabeth Cullinan, Zora Neale Hurston, Isak Dinesen, and the superb Mavis Gallant whose story, “Acceptance of Their Ways,” is alone worth the price of admission.”-Celebrity Bulletin

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In the words of one professor, “ I have been looking for a good women’s literature anthology for several years, and this is the first one I have considered worth ordering for my class. The selections are intelligent, giving true regard to the woman as artist . . . . It avoids the over-anthologized, the easy and obvious selections that so many more expensive anthologies have settled for. Please convey my appreciation to the editor.” -Professor Charlotte Mendez,

English Department,

SUNY, Oneonta, New York

“I read this book for a literature course that included women writers of the past 100 years. I have not forgotten these writers or this book. It is a “handbook” to carry with you to read and read again. The women writers may have been born long ago or in the 20th Century. Their short stories are all valid today. I love this book. I handle it with care. Kate Chopin, Alice Walker, Virginia Woolf,and more. I never knew how a short story could affect me. Cahill has put together a great collection of women writers.” – Customer review

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