Tag Archives: Robert Stone

Books you need to read

I expect this list to grow as I continue reading, but as of right I now, I recommend reading these books. Which books do you recommend to others? Classics Winesburg, Ohio-Sherwood Anderson Persuasion-Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice-Jane Austen The Canterbury Tales-Geoffrey Chaucer As I Lay Dying-William Faulkner The Great Gatsby-F. Scott Fitzgerald For Whom the …

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Prompt–Saturday, September 24

Make a list of your favorite short stories, poems, and/or novels, whatever you want. Add to it as you discover new ones. Short Stories: A Good Man is Hard to Find–Flannery O’Connor Porque no Tiene, Porque le Falta–Robert Stone The Oldest Story–Emilia Pardo Bazan Barn Burning–William Faulkner Poems: When I have fears–John Keats Fire and …

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Salinger’s “Nine Stories”

I finished reading J.D. Salinger’s “Nine Stories.” Each one is unique and offers interesting characters and situations. I especially love it when fiction refers to poetry. Robert Stone does this in “Bear and His Daughter” with the short stories “Porque no Tiene, Porque le Falta” and “Bear and His Daughter.” For some reason it amuses …

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