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By Ira Mark Milne

Each one bi-annual quantity offers very important info on nearly 15 of the most-studied brief tales on the highschool and early-college levels.Titles featured in vol. 24 of brief tales for college students contain: Melon by way of Julian Barnes The English student by means of Andrea Barrett Immortality through Yiyun Li What we can't discuss We needs to omit in Silence via John Edgar Wideman The Canal by means of Richard Yates

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