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Title Social insight through short stories, an anthology, edited by Josephine Strode.
Imprint New York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1946.


 Main Stacks  PN6014 .S77    AVAILABLE
 Main Stacks  PN6014 .S77    AVAILABLE
Description x p., 1 l., 285 p. 25 cm.
Note "First edition."
Subject Short stories.
Contents Ruby and Camelia / by Bill Adams -- Unfit / by Louise Field Cooper -- Old man Minick / by Edna Ferber -- The ladies call on Mr. Pussick / by Owen Francis -- Government goat -- A jury of her peers / by Susan Glaspell -- Metropolitan incident / by Clement R. Hoopes -- Indian business / by Eric Howard -- Counterparts / by James Joyce -- Miss Brill / by Katherine Mansfield -- The happy man / by W. Somerset Maugham -- Five kids from the east side / by Connie McCrae -- The cave dwellers / by Joseph Mitchell -- Sredni Vashtar / by Saki (H.H. Munro) -- In clover / by Mollie Panter-Downes -- The path of glory / by Mary Brecht Pulver -- The pound party / by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings -- Corduroy pants / by William Saroyan -- I was on relief / by Jo Sinclair -- Abdul, the Egyptian, learns yankee ways / by Frederic Sondern, Jr. -- An evacuated child / by Howard Spring -- Mountain poorhouse / by Jesse Stuart -- A dime a throw / by Jerome Weidman -- The salt of the earth / by Rebecca West -- The hero / by Dan Wickenden -- What you don't know won't hurt you / by Richard Wright.
Other Title Ruby and Camella.
Old man Minick.
The ladies call on Mr. Pussick.
"Government goat".
A jury of her peers.
Metropolitan incident.
Indian business.
Miss Brill.
The happy man.
Five kids from the east side.
The cave dwellers.
Sredni Vashtar.
In Clover.
The path of glory.
The pound party.
Corduroy pants.
I was on Relief.
Abdul, the Egyptian, learns Yankee ways.
An evacuated child.
Mountain poorhouse.
A dime a thorw.
The salt of he earth.
The hero.
What you don't know won't hurt you.