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Katherine Anne Porter : Collected Stories and Other Writings
by Katherine Anne Porter and Darlene Harbour Unrue


Overview - Eudora Welty said that Katherine Anne Porter ?writes stories with a power that stamps them to their very last detail on the memory.? Set in her native Texas and her beloved Mexico, prewar Nazi Germany and the gothic Old South, they are stories of love, outrage, betrayal, and spiritual reckoning that are severe but never cruel, and always exquisitely precise.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Eudora Welty said that Katherine Anne Porter ?writes stories with a power that stamps them to their very last detail on the memory.? Set in her native Texas and her beloved Mexico, prewar Nazi Germany and the gothic Old South, they are stories of love, outrage, betrayal, and spiritual reckoning that are severe but never cruel, and always exquisitely precise. They number fewer than thirty, but as Robert Penn Warren commented, ?many are unsurpassed in modern fiction, ? and when gathered in one volume in 1965 they won their author both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. The Library of America now reprints that landmark volume, "The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter," and pairs it with a completely new selection from Porter's long-out-of-print short prose. Expanding the contents of her 1952 collection "The Days Before" to include both early journalism and major pieces from her final three decades, the prose works collected here are grouped in four parts: critical essays on writers she loved and learned from, including James, Cather, Lawrence, and Colette; personal essays and speeches on such topics as the craft of writing, her own work, women in myth and in history, and American politics; essays and reports on Mexican life, letters, and revolution; and two previously uncollected forays into autobiography.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781598530292
  • ISBN-10: 1598530291
  • Publisher: Library of America
  • Publish Date: September 2008
  • Page Count: 1083

Series: Library of America

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Books > Literary Collections > American - General
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