The Lost College & other Oxford stories

Read [WritersPrintshop Book] The Lost College & other Oxford stories Online PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. The Lost College & other Oxford stories OXFORD WRITERS DO IT AGAIN according to jennytwist. The Lost College and other Oxford StoriesThe Sixpenny Debt, the first anthology produced by these talented writers, was so good that I doubted that a second would be able to achieve the same standard, but The Lost College is just as satisfying. It is very pleasing to find a collection of short stories covering such a variety of themes, each one excellent in its own right. I loved them all. Who could resist a story entitled Rabbit Fenley and t

The Lost College & other Oxford stories

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Rating : 4.34 (602 Votes)
Asin : 1904623123
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-12-12
Language : English

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"OXFORD WRITERS DO IT AGAIN" according to jennytwist. The Lost College and other Oxford StoriesThe Sixpenny Debt, the first anthology produced by these talented writers, was so good that I doubted that a second would be able to achieve the same standard, but The Lost College is just as satisfying. It is very pleasing to find a collection of short stories covering such a variety of themes, each one excellent in its own right. I loved them all. Who could resist a story entitled Rabbit Fenley and the Body in the Garden?The plot is as intriguing as you might expect. I was moved by Aftermath and the poignant Through a Glass, Darkly, which left me wanting more. And I was delighted by A Little

"Short-story writing is a difficult art, and it is a remarkable achievement.". In his foreword, Colin Dexter writes: "Volume II? Well, a common reference in the publishing world is the peril of 'the second-book hurdle', at which a good many runners in the Writers' Stakes have come to grief, some of them incurring a plenitude of penalty points. "Fourteen of the two dozen or so Group members have submitted their stories, and they cover a splendidly wide range: from humour and satire to psychological insights; from history, old and new, to romance and reflection; and to add a dash of spice we find spookery and science fiction too. A collection of Oxford short stories and a sequal to the successful 'Sixpenny Debt'. Not so here! Our talented writers have collectively cleared the hurdle with stylish assurance

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