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Subject:Re: Looking for Encyclopedia of Writing From:Niki Leboeuf <vortexae -at- U -dot- WASHINGTON -dot- EDU> Date:Sat, 13 May 1995 15:13:26 -0700
The textbook my beginning short story class is using, _The Story And Its
Writer: An Introduction to Short Fiction_ by Ann Charters, seems to be a
mini-version of what you're looking for, I think. The first section is an
anthology of authors and stories, with a corresponding selection of
essays in the second section with advice, speculation,
Not an encyclopedia, but interesting in a limited but similar way.
vortexae -at- u -dot- washington -dot- edu / host machine "saul"
It may be PC or it may not be;
I do it 'cause it makes SENSE to me.