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The O. Henry Prize Stories 2017

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Sep 05, 2017 | 368 Pages
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“Widely regarded as the nation’s most presitigious awards for short fiction.” —The Atlantic Monthly

Table Of Contents

Introduction by Laura Furman, Series Editor
“Too Good To Be True,” Michelle Huneven
“Something for a Young Woman,” Genevieve Plunkett
“The Buddhist,” Alan Rossi
“Garments,” Tahmima Anam
“Protection,” Paola Peroni
“Night Garden,” Shruti Swamy
“A Cruelty,” Kevin Barry
“Floating Garden,” Mary La Chapelle
“The Trusted Traveler,” Joseph O’Neill
“Blue Dot,” Keith Eisner
“Lion,” Wil Weitzel
“Paddle to Canada,” Heather Monley
“A Small Sacrifice for an Enormous Happiness,” Jai Chakrabarti
“The Bride and the Street Party,” Kate Cayley
“Secret Lives of the Detainees,” Amit Majmudar
“Glory,” Lesley Nneka Arimah
“Mercedes Benz,” Martha Cooley
“The Reason Is Because,” Manuel Muñoz
“The Family Whistle,” Gerard Woodward
“Buttony,” Fiona McFarlane
Reading The O. Henry Prize Stories 2017: The Jurors on Their Favorites
     David Bradley on “Too Good To Be True” by Michelle Huneven
     Elizabeth McCracken on “Secret Lives of the Detainees” by Amit Majmudar
     Brad Watson on “Buttony” by Fiona McFarlane
Writing The O. Henry Prize Stories 2017: The Writers on Their Work
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