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    (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell Stephen King called this basically the best short story collection ever and that was enough for me I've been searching it out since figuring something as wonderful as King says wouldn't be so hard to find I eventually had

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    (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell Being Stephen King's favorite book I decided to run down the Table of Contents With most of the stories being in public domain all but 2 of the 40 stories are available on line from legitimate sources I put together links to those stories which are available of the stories hold up well I can see how a consummate storyteller would choose this as his favoriteThe Table of Contents I'm a Fool by Sherwood Anderson 1922 The Happy Hypo

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    READ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell A most fascinating collections of stories I read it on the recommendation of Stephen King

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    (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell READ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language This is an out of print book which is a collection of short stories from various authors Stephen King has said that this is one of his favorite books so my curiosity was piued and I had to read this There are a to

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    Van H. Cartmell ☆ 9 FREE READ SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell I thought this collection mostly had some of the best short stories in the English language that I can only hope to write No collection of stories is perfect but I liked most of them My favorites I'm a Fool by Sherwood Anderson Paul's Case by Willa Cather A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner The Rich Boy by F Scott Fitzgerald The Gioconda Smile by Aldous Huxley To Build a Fire by Jack London Big Blonde by Doro

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    (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell I've always loved short stories and this collection was awesome It is a great introduction to some fabulous authors that I'd never rea

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    (The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language) [PDF] Á Van H. Cartmell I sought out this book based on Stephen King citing it as one of his favorite books of all time There are some good stories and it is a great collection I can see the influence they had on Kings writing That being said not all have a

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READ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language FREE READ ↠ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell Ded League by Arthur Conan Doyle• A rose for Emily by William Faulkner• Old Man Minick by Edna Ferber• The rich boy by F Scott Fitzgerald• The celestial omnibus by EM Forster• The three strangers by Thomas Hardy• The outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret Harte• The killers by Ernest Hemingway• The gift of the Magi by O Henry• The Gioconda smile by Aldous Huxley• The monkey's paw by WW Jacobs• The man who would be king by Rudyard Kipling• The incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney by Rudyard Kipling• Champion by Ring Lardner• To build a fire by Jack London• The fly by Katherine Mansfield•. The Garden Wall: A Story of Love Based on I Corinthians 13 paw by WW Jacobs• The man who would be king by Rudyard Kipling• The incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney by Rudyard Kipling• Champion by Ring Lardner• To build a fire by Jack London• The fly by Katherine Mansfield•.

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The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language

READ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language FREE READ ↠ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell Rain by W Somerset Maugham• Big blonde by Dorothy Parker• The murders in the Rue Morgue by Edgar Allan Poe• The gold bug by Edgar Allan Poe• Flowering Judas by Katherine Anne Porter• Tobermory by Saki• The leader of the people by John Steinbeck• Markheim by Robert L Stevenson• A lodging for the night by Robert L Stevenson• The lady or the tiger by Frank R Stockton• Monsieur Beaucaire by Booth Tarkington• The secret life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber• The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County by Mark Twain• The other wise man by Henry Van Dyke• Chickamauga by Thomas Wolf. I thought this collection mostly had some of the best short stories in the English language that I can only hope to write No collection of stories is perfect but I liked most of them My favorites I m a Fool by Sherwood Anderson Paul s Case by Willa Cather A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner The Rich Boy by F Scott Fitzgerald The Gioconda Smile by Aldous Huxley To Build a Fire by Jack London Big Blonde by Dorothy Parker Other good stories The Damned Thing by Ambrose Bierce Back for Christmas by John Collier Old Man Minick by Edna Ferber The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret Harte The Killers by Ernest Hemingway The Gift of the Magi by O Henry The Monkey s Paw by WW Jacobs and Champion by Ring Lardner If you are a short story writer or want to become one this book has the best crafted stories in the English Language The Business Of Home Daycare people by John Steinbeck• Markheim by Robert L Stevenson• A lodging for the night by Robert L Stevenson• The lady or the tiger by Frank R Stockton• Monsieur Beaucaire by Booth Tarkington• The secret life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber• The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County by Mark Twain• The other wise man by Henry Van Dyke• Chickamauga by Thomas Wolf. I thought this collection mostly had some of the best short stories in the English language that I can only hope to write No collection of stories is Love Broke Thru perfect but I liked most of them My favorites I m a Fool by Sherwood Anderson Paul s Case by Willa Cather A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner The Rich Boy by F Scott Fitzgerald The Gioconda Smile by Aldous Huxley To Build a Fire by Jack London Big Blonde by Dorothy Parker Other good stories The Damned Thing by Ambrose Bierce Back for Christmas by John Collier Old Man Minick by Edna Ferber The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret Harte The Killers by Ernest Hemingway The Gift of the Magi by O Henry The Monkey s Paw by WW Jacobs and Champion by Ring Lardner If you are a short story writer or want to become one this book has the best crafted stories in the English Language

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READ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language FREE READ ↠ The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language SUMMARY Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Van H. Cartmell The Golden Argosy The Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language is an anthology edited by Charles Grayson and Van H Cartmell and published by Dial Press in 1955 It is famous for being the favorite book of novelist Stephen KingStories• I'm a fool by Sherwood Anderson• The happy hypocrite by Max Beerbohm• The devil and Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benét• The damned thing by Ambrose Bierce• The Chink and the child by Thomas Burke• Paul's case by Willa Cather• Back for Christmas by John Collier• Youth by Joseph Conrad• The bar sinister by Richard Harding Davis• The Red Hea. Stephen King called this basically the best short story collection ever and that was enough for me I ve been searching it out since figuring something as wonderful as King says wouldn t be so hard to find I eventually had to check it out from a university library after not finding it for years second hand and refusing to pay 30 some odd dollars online I was expecting something a little bolder perhaps than this staid anthology of popular classics the editors basically printed the most often published stories of the previous 70 years or so but I can t complain about the results It serves as an excellent introduction to the classics of the format I m using it as a sort of jumping off point for an in depth exploration of short stories per se It has served me well in this respect showing me essentially a baseline for high uality short literature and in many cases the very birth of certain styles and techniues I would recommend it to fans of classic literature for that reason aloneOverall I really liked almost half of the stories finding the other half forgettable I absolutely loved three of them London s To Build a Fire Maugham s Rain and Tarkington s Monsieur Beaucaire and adored a few 40 stories is a lot and you can t like em all I don t think Here are the ones that stuck with me The Devil and Daniel Webster Stephen Vincent BenetBack for Christmas John CollierYouth Joseph ConradThe Bar Sinister Richard Harding DavisA Rose for Emily William FaulknerOld Man Minick Edna FerberThe Three Strangers Thomas HardyThe Monkey s Paw WW JacobsChampion Ring LardnerThe Fly Katherine MansfieldMurder in the Rue Morgue and The Gold Bug Edgar Allen PoeChickamauga Thomas WolfeThe Poe stories are of course classics and his most published ever according to Wikipedia but I couldn t help being a little disappointed not to have some of his macabre stuff like The Tell Tale Heart or The Pit and the Pendulum or The Cask of Amontillado It s strange for me to have to reorient my perspective of Poe to consider him almost first and foremost the creator of the modern detective story Strange but trueAs for my loves well I don t know I think you have to experience them to really understand what I want to say here For example sure you know Jack London is an outdoorsman and a frontiers y type of writer that he likes his snow and dogs but you don t know until you read To Build a Fire that he s also a master of high suspense bringing the cold to you as you ve never felt from a book and making you suffer along with his poor misguided protagonist I have rarely been as tense while reading anythingRain stayed with me for days afterward and I can still think back with a smile upon its perfection I see in it a precursor to a lot of what Salinger was trying to do in Nine Stories what with this unbearable interpersonal tension that winds up snapped in the most horrific and bizarre way possible The resolution is at the same time shocking and utterly inevitable and it hits you like something really heavy that hits things hardMonsieur Beaucaire is a wonderfully elaborate mystery that you don t know is a mystery until its Dickensian ending an ending which is not uite Dickensian because the reader is kept in the dark along with the rest of the characters It s beautiful though I also want to give a special shoutout to Chickamauga for the amazing voice much better done IMO than Twain in The Celebrated Jumping Frog which I have to say I still don t really get as a piece of literatureSo the best ever Not sure some of it definitely feels stuffy and dated I m also definitely not ualified to say but someone like Stephen King might know Is it something you should read if you like classic literature and short stories Definitely Something I want to own some day when I can justify the asking price for an out of print book Also yesNot Bad Reviewsblakerosser1 Cedric and the Dragon published by Dial Press in 1955 It is famous for being the favorite book of novelist Stephen KingStories• I'm a fool by Sherwood Anderson• The happy hypocrite by Max Beerbohm• The devil and Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benét• The damned thing by Ambrose Bierce• The Chink and the child by Thomas Burke• Paul's case by Willa Cather• Back for Christmas by John Collier• Youth by Joseph Conrad• The bar sinister by Richard Harding Davis• The Red Hea. 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  • The Golden Argosy A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language
  • Van H. Cartmell
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  • 10 January 2020
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