Twenty-one : selected stories /

Just, Ward S.

Twenty-one : selected stories / Ward Just. - Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1990. - x, 389 p. ; 24 cm.

"A Richard Todd book."

Honor, power, riches, fame, and the love of women -- I'm worried about you -- Journalism -- The congressman who loved Flaubert -- Burns -- Noone -- Prime evening time -- A guide to the architecture of Washington, D.C. -- D. -- The short war of Mr. and Mrs. Conner -- Journal of a plague year -- Cease-fire -- A man at the top of his trade -- Dietz at war -- About Boston -- Maintenance -- A guide to the geography of Vermont -- The North Shore, 1958 -- The Costa Brava, 1959 -- A woman of character -- She's not dead, Belle.

The 21 stories in this book are culled from those published by Ward over the past 19 years. The stories are set in Vietnam, Washington, The Midwest, and Europe, and are mostly about journalists, politicians, and diplomats who lead lives of public consequence and private passion. Just sets himself firmly in the American realist short-story tradition of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and O'Hara. The volume includes two novellas. ISBN 0-395-53756-8 : $22.95.

0395537568 : $22.95

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Short stories, American

Class of Spring 1999 Berlin Prize Fellow Fellow


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