The Penguin Book Of The British Short Story
Hilarious, exuberant, surreal, subtle, tender, brutal, spectacular and above all unexpected: this extraordinary selection celebrates the British short story from the 1920s to the present day. From Angela Carter to V. S. Pritchett, Elizabeth Taylor to J. G. Ballard, Ali Smith to a host of little-known works from magazines and periodicals, and including tales of air-raids, phone sex, snobbery, modern-day slavery, grief, desire, the familiar and the strange, here is the short story in all its limitless possibilities.
Edited and with an introduction by Philip Hensher, the award-winning novelist, critic and journalist.
Paperback: 784 Pages
Product Dimensions: 129 x 198 mm
Published by Penguin Books