Great Modern European Short Stories
Included in this brilliant collection are twenty-five stories of twentieth-century Europe by some of the greatest writers of the era. Unique in their range of insights, these pieces reflect the vast upheavals of their time, etching o fascinating and very thorough spiritual record of Europe's recent cultural evolution.
Her first ball / Katherine Mansfield
Araby / James Joyce
The secret sharer / Joseph Conrad
The infant prodigy / Thomas Mann
The horse dealer's daughter / D.H. Lawrence
The colonel's lady / W. Somerset Maugham
The wall / Jean-Paul Sartre
The adulterous woman / Albert Camus
Jackals and Arabs / Franz Kafka
Sorrow-acre / Isak Dinesen
In the basement / Isaac Babel
Bitter honeymoon / Alberto Moravia
The last judgment / Karel Capek
Gimpel the fool / Isaac Bashevis Singer
War / Luigi Pirandello
A world ends / Wolfgang Hildesheimer
Journey through the night / Jakov Lind
The new apartment / Heinz Huber
Murke's collected silences / Heinrich Boll
Gogol's wife / Tommaso Landolfi
Autumn in the oak woods / Yuri Kazakov
Isaac Starbuck / Alan Sillitoe
First confession / Frank O'Connor
The great wave / Mary Lavin
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