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Series: Bloom's Major Short Story Writers

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D.H. Lawrence (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Edgar Allan Poe (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Ernest Hemingway (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Eudora Welty: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
F. Scott Fitzgerald (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Flannery O'Connor: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Franz Kafka (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Guy De Maupassant (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Henry James (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Herman Melville (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Isaac Babel (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by chinmei
Italo Calvino (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
J.D. Salinger (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
James Joyce (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
John Cheever (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
John Steinbeck (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Julio Cortazar (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Katherine Anne Porter (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Mark Twain (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Nathaniel Hawthorne (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Nikolai Gogol (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
O. Henry (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Raymond Carver: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom
Rudyard Kipling (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Sherwood Anderson (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Shirley Jackson (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Stephen Crane (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Thomas Mann (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
Thomas Mann (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom
William Faulkner (Bloom's Major Short Story Writers) by Harold Bloom

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