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The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 2002

The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 2002

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The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 2002

by Dark, Larry (Series Editor)

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9780385721622
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USA: Anchor Books/Random House, 2002. Paperback. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7?" - 9?" tall. Trade Paperback in Good+ Condition. Clean and unmarked card cover, crease on bottom corner, no spine creasing, tight glued binding. Prev owner name on inside of front cover. Pages clean and free of any markings. Edited and with an Introduction by Series editor Larry Dark. The O. Henry Awards are considered the most prestigious American awards for short fiction. Twenty or so short fiction stories selected each year. Prize Jurors for the Award selections for 2002: Dave Eggers, Joyce Carol Oates, and Colson Whitehead.: First Prize for 2002 was The Ceiling by Kevin Brockmeier; 2nd for Scordatura by Mark Ray Lewis. Many excellent works of short fiction for the reader's enjoyment. 476 pages. 5.2 x 8 inches. Anchor Books/Random House, New York, 2001. 476 pages. 8 x 5.25 inches. Anchor Books, New York, 2002.

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Title
The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 2002
Author
Dark, Larry (Series Editor)
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Paperback
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Used - Good
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ISBN 10
0385721625
ISBN 13
9780385721622
Publisher
Anchor Books/Random House
Place of Publication
USA
Date Published
2002
Size
8vo - over 7?" - 9?" t
Keywords
SHORT STORIES; LITERATURE, AMERICAN;
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Short Stories;
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