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Paul Bowles: Collected Stories and Later Writings

Paul Bowles: Collected Stories and Later Writings. Paul Bowles

Paul Bowles: Collected Stories and Later Writings

ISBN: 9781931082204 | 1050 pages | 18 Mb

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Paul Bowles: Collected Stories and Later Writings Paul Bowles
Publisher: Library of America, The

Poetry may be added as a fourth category at a later time. Trove of correspondence between Windham and Campbell and Williams, Forster, Capote, and Isherwood, as well as other notable writers such as Carson McCullers, Marianne Moore, Graham Greene, Isak Dinesen and Paul Bowles. I was watching a new version of Macbeth at the Globe Theatre (Southbank Still, a few more books of his own writing wouldn't have gone amiss. How had I never read him before? Late 2013: Dennis Cooper The Weaklings (XL) (Sententia Books). Knowing these stories were published first in the late 40s and early 50s, I can see how that was the case. In 1973, wrote comparatively little – one novel (La Phaeton Hypocrite, a piece of juvenilia, notwithstanding), one play, and one short story collection – but her small oeuvre is distinguished by its quality and innovation. It's interesting the ways Authors and their novels come back to you and impress themselves upon you once again. Posted by Lee on Oct 29, 2012 in Collection, Fiction, Short Stories | 0 comments. Paul Bowles, “At Paso Rojo” from The Delicate Prey (24). Forster was so impressed with his work that he asked to write the introduction to Windham's short-story collection, "The Warm Country," which was published in 1962. For me the handful of novels he managed to write in his 90 years are some of the most atmospheric and unsettling books I have ever read and his short stories are peerless. Every once in a while, someone suggests I read a book or an author of whom I've never heard and I discover a quiet literary genius. 'A good friend recently became a better one still by urging me to read Jane Bowles, whose writing inspired her husband Paul, previously known as a composer, to take up prose.

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