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Short stories, five decades / Irwin Shaw, with a new foreword by Alfred Kazin.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Lackawanna County Library System.

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Albright Memorial Library FICTION SHAW (Text) 50686010293194 Stacks Available -

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  • Physical Description: xxiv, 756 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 1984.

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The eighty-yard run -- Borough of cemeteries -- Main currents of American thought -- Second mortgage -- Sailor off the Bremen -- Strawberry ice cream soda -- Welcome to the city -- The girls in their summer dresses -- Search through the streets of the city -- The monument -- I stand by Dempsey -- God on Friday night -- Return to Kansas City -- Triumph of justice -- No jury would convict -- The lament of Madam Rechevsky -- The deputy sheriff -- Stop pushing, Rocky -- "March, march on down the field" -- Free conscience, void of offence -- Weep in years to come -- The city was in total darkness -- Night, birth and opinion -- Preach on the dusty roads -- Hamlets of the world -- Medal from Jerusalem -- Walking wounded -- Night in Algiers -- Gunners' passage -- Retreat -- Act of faith -- The man with one arm -- The passion of Lance Corporal Hawkins -- The dry rock -- Noises in the city -- The Indian in depth of night -- Material witness -- Little Henry Irving -- The house of pain -- A year to learn the language -- The Greek general -- The green nude -- The climate of insomnia -- Goldilocks at graveside -- Mixed doubles -- A wicked story -- Age of reason -- Peter two -- The sunny banks of the River Lethe -- The man who married a French wife -- Voyage out, voyage home -- Tip on a dead jockey -- The inhabitants of Venus -- In the French style -- Then we were three -- God was here but He left early -- Love on a dark street -- Small Saturday -- Pattern of love -- Whispers in Bedlam -- Where all things wise and fair descend -- Full many a flower -- Circle of light.
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