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DetailsThe 100 finest short stories ever written, collected in one gorgeous volume. Profound, lyrical, shocking, wise: the short story is capable of almost anything. This collection of 100 of the finest stories ever written ranges from the essential to the unexpected, the traditional to the surreal.Wide in scope, both beautiful and vast, this is the perfect companion for any fiction lover. Here are childhood favourites and neglected masters, twenty-first century wits and national treasures, Man Booker Prize winners and Nobel Laureates.Featuring an all-star cast of authors, includingKate Atkinson,Julian Barnes,Angela Carter,Anton Chekhov,Richmal Crompton,Charles Dickens,Roald Dahl,Penelope Fitzgerald,Gustave Flaubert,Rudyard Kipling,Somerset Maugham,Ian McEwan,Alice Munro,V.S. Pritchett,Thomas Pynchon,Muriel Spark andColm ToibinTHAT GLIMPSE OF TRUTH is the biggest, most handsome collection of short fiction in print today.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: David Miller lives in West London. He was born in Edinburgh in 1966 and educated in Canterbury and at Cambridge. He is a director of the literary agency Rogers, Coleridge & White, Ltd. In 2008, the publishing industry named him Literary Agent of the Year. His short novel about Joseph Conrad, Today, was published in 2011 by Atlantic and was praised by A N Wilson as not merely a story about Conrad and a tribute to Conrad. It is a Conradian achievement in itself. A wonderful piece of fiction. He edited an anthology of short stories, That Glimpse of Truth: 100 of the finest short stories ever written, which was published by Head of Zeus in 2014.
SKU Code PRK B 3800 Weight in Kg 0.4800 Brand Bookwomb Dispatch Period in Days 3 ISBN No. 9781784080044 Author Name Selected and Introduced by : David Miller Publisher Name Head Of Zeus