4 edition of Reader"s guide to the short story to accompany Fiction 100 found in the catalog.
Reader"s guide to the short story to accompany Fiction 100
James H. Pickering
|Other titles||Fiction 100, an anthology of short stories, Fiction 100. 1995. 7th ed.|
|Statement||prepared by James Pickering with Lonnie Durham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 76 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Pickering. Of chief importance in the teaching of short story is a framework upon which to hang the stories you select. In addition to the ample selection of stories in Pickering's book, he also includes an excellent reader's guide with a wonderful outline of story grammar elements: plot, character, setting, and so on.5/5(1).
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Pickering,Literary Criticism, pages. Fiction book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an /5(8). As the title might suggest, "Fiction An Anthology of Short Stories" is a textbook, probably for high school students, that brings together works of short fiction.
It comes complete with questions to ponder at the end of each story, a glossary of literary terms, bibliographies of the authors and, yes, footnotes too!4/5. Description. For Introduction to the Short Story, Introduction to Fiction, and Creative Writing: Fiction.
A collection of carefully chosen, interesting stories with literary merit, the best-selling text-anthology Fiction continues to offer instructors the flexibility to organize their courses in a format that best suits their pedagogical needs. Intended to ignite students' curiosity Availability: This title is out of print.
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A collection of carefully chosen, interesting stories with literary merit, the best-selling text-anthology Fiction continues to offer instructors the flexibility to organize their courses in a format that best suits their pedagogical needs.
Intended to ignite students' curiosity, imagination, and 4/5(1).