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Short Stories and Short Story Collections

  • Bowen, Elizabeth.  “All Saints.”  Achievements in Fiction:  A College Anthology.  Ed. Burton L. Cooper and Lila K. Chalpin.  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon, 1971.  224 – 28.

  • ---.  “Ann Lee’s.”  Spectator 133 (5 July 1924):  10 – 12.

  • ---.  Ann Lee's and Other StoriesLondon: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1926; New York: Boni and Liveright, 1926; Freeport:  Books for Libraries, 1926.

  • ---.  “The Apple Tree.”  When Churchyards Yawn:  Fifteen New Ghost Stories.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  LondonHutchinson, 1931.  7 – 23; A Century of Creepy Stories.  Comp. Cynthia Asquith.  LondonHutchinson, 1934.  181 – 92;  The Best Ghost Stories.  Comp. Anne B. Ridler.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1948.  340 – 53.

  • ---.  “Aunt Tatty.”  Queen (London) (1926):  28 – 31.

  • --- and Allan Hepburn.  The Bazaar and Other StoriesEdinburghEdinburgh UP, 2009.

  • Bowen, Elizabeth.  “The Bend Back.” Cornhill 165.987 (1951):  221– 27.

  • ---.  “Bowen on Gorki.”  Storytellers and Their Art: An Anthology.  Ed. Georgianna Sampson Trask and Charles Burkhart.  New York:  Doubleday, 1963.  339 – 42.

  • ---.  “Brigands.”  The Silver Ship.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  London:  Putnam, 1932.  183 – 200.

  • ---.  “But Once A Year.”  Tatler 190 (22 Dec. 1948): 390.

  • ---.  “Calico Windows.”  Soho CentenaryLondonHutchinson, 1944.  19 – 20.

  • ---.  “Candles in the Window.” Woman’s Day 22 (Dec. 1958): 32, 81 – 83.

  • ---.  “The Case for Summer Romance.” Glamour 43 (June 1960): 94 – 95, 180.

  • ---.  “The Cat Jumps.” Shudders: A Collection of New Nightmare Tales.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  LondonHutchinson, 1929.  119 – 132;  Shudders.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1929.  138 – 150;Haunted Houses:  The Greatest Stories.  Ed.  Martin H.  Greenburg.  New York:  MJF, 1997.  n.p.; The Norton Book of Ghost Stories.  Ed.  Brad Leithauser.  New York:  Norton, 1994.  286– 93; A Century of Creepy Stories.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  LondonHutchinson, 1934.  201 – 10; Stories: British and American.  Ed. J. B. Ludwig and W. R. Poirier. Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1953.  132 – 41; Types of Literature.  Ed. Francis Connolly.  New York:  Harcourt Brace, 1955.  112 – 16.

  • ---.  The Cat Jumps and Other StoriesLondon: Victor Gollancz, 1934; LondonCape, 1949.

  • ---.  “The Cheery Soul.”  The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction.  Ed. Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas.  2nd series.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1953.  108 – 22; Listener 28.728 (24 Dec. 1942): 821 – 23; Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (April 1952): 57 – 65; The Penguin Book of British Comic Stories.  Ed.  Patricia Craig.  London:  Viking, 1990.  159– 69; Oxford Book of Twentieth-Century Ghost Stories.  Ed.  Michael Cox.  OxfordOxford UP, 1996.  158– 66.

  • ---.  “The Claimant.”  Vogue 126 (15 Nob. 1955): 122 – 23, 167 – 68; Argosy 17.1 (Jan. 1956): 23 – 29; The Third Ghost Book.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  London:  James Barrie, 1955.  9 – 17.

  • ---.  Collected Impressions: London: Longmans, 1950; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1950.

  • ---.  The Collected Stories of Elizabeth Bowen.  With an introduction by Angus Wilson.  Hopewell, NJ:  Ecco, 1981; LondonCape, 1980.

  • ---.  “Coming Home.” Family:  Stories from the Interior.  Ed.  Geri Giebel Chavis.  St.  Paul:  Graywolf, 1987.  55– 61; Insights: A Selection of Creative Literature about Childhood.  Ed.  The Child Study Association of AmericaNew York:  Jason Aronson, 1973.  408 – 13.

  • ---.  “Confessions.” Saturday Book 9 (Oct. 1949): 108 – 09.

  • ---.  “The Contessina.”  Queen (London) (12 Nov. 1924):  24 – 26.

  • ---.  “A Conversation Picture.” Broadsheet Press 4 May 1930:  1– 10.

  • ---.  “Dancing in Daylight.” ---.  “Dancing in Daylight.”  The Bell (Dublin) 5.2 (Nov. 1942): 90 – 98.
  • ---.  “A Day in the Dark.” Botteghe Oscure 16 (Autumn 1955): 85 – 94; Mademoiselle 45 (July 1957): 30 – 35; Argosy 18.9 (Sept. 1957): 55 – 62; 40 Best Stories from Mademoiselle 1935 – 1960.  Eds. Cyrilly Abels and Margarita G. Smith.  New York:  Harper’s, 1960.  192 – 200;  Botteghe Oscure Reader.  Ed. George Garrett.  Middleton, CT:  Wesleyan UP, 1974.  182 – 91.

  • ---.  A Day in the Dark and Other StoriesLondon: Jonathan Cape, 1965.

  • ---.  “The Demon Lover.”  House of Fiction.  2nd ed.  Ed. Caroline Gordon and Allen Tate.  New York: Charles Scribner;s, 1950; 483 – 88; Reading Modern Fiction.  Ed. Winifred Lynskey.  New York:  Charles Scribner’s, 1952.  28 – 32; England in Literature.  Ed. Robert C. Pooley.  Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1953.  95- 105; Stories for the Dead of Night.  Ed. Don Congdon.  New York:  Dell, 1957.  116 – 23; Love and Marriage: Twenty-Two Stories.  Ed. Margaret Cousins.  Garden City, NJ: Doubleday, 1961. 223 – 32; Fifty Years, A Retrospective.  Ed. Clifton Fadiman.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965.  521 – 26;  Romance, Modes of Literature Series.  Ed. Ashley Brown and John L. Kimmey.  Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1969.  214 – 19; Mandala: Literature for Critical Analysis.  Ed. Wilfred L. Guerin et. al.  New York: Harper and Row, 1970.  183 – 88; Achievements in Fiction.  Ed. Douglas A. Hughes.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. 430 – 35; Three Stances of Modern Fiction:  A Critical Anthology of the Short Story.  Ed. Stephen Minot and Robley Wilson, Jr.  Cambridge, MAWinthrop, 1972. 175 – 81; By Women:  An Anthology of Literature.  Ed. Marcia McClintock Folsom and Linda Heinlein Kirschner.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1976.  20 – 25; The Shape of Fiction.  2nd ed.  Ed. Leo Hamalian and Frederick R. Karl.  New York:  McGraw Hill, 1978: 280 – 86; Elements of Literature: Essay, Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Film.  Eds. Robert Scholes, Carl H. Klaus, and Michael Silverman.  New York: Oxford UP, 1978.  194 – 99; Listener 26.669 (6 Nov. 1941): 631 – 32; British Digest 2.6 (Feb. 1946): 19 – 24; The Oxford Book of Short Stories.  Ed.  V.  S.  Pritchett.  New YorkOxford UP, 1981.  346– 52; The House of Fiction:  An Anthology of Short Story.  Ed.  Caroline Gordon.  New York:  Scribner's, 1950.  483– 88; The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women.  Ed.  A.  Susan Williams and Richard Glyn Jones.  London:  Viking, 1995.  1– 7; Mysterious, Menacing and Macabre:  an Anthology.  Ed.  Helen Hoke.  New York:  Elsevier/Nelson, 1981.  65– 72; The Omnibus of 20th Century Ghost Stories.  Ed.  Robert S.  Phillips.  New York:  Carroll and Graf, 1991:  4– 10.

  • ---.  The Demon Lover and Other StoriesLondon: Jonathan Cape, 1945; 2nd ed. London: Jonathan Cape, 1947.

  • ---.  “The Dinner Party.”  London Magazine 1.1 (Feb. 1954): 49 – 63; Irish Writing 27 (June 1954): 5 – 17.

  • ---.  “Disappointment.”  Family Doctor 4 (March 1954): 145 – 46.

  • ---.  “The Disinherited.”  The Faber Book of Modern Stories.  Ed. Elizabeth Bowen.  London: Faber and Faber, 1937.  36 – 90.

  • ---.  Early Stories [Encounters and Ann Lee’s]New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1951.

  • ---.  “The Easter Egg Party.”  London Mercury 38.222 (April 1938): 611 – 20; The Best British Short Stories of 1939.  Ed. Edward J. O’Brien and John Cournos.  LondonJonathan Cape, 1938.  66 – 78; Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1938.  42 – 52; World’s Best Stories, Humor, Drama, Biography, History, Essays, Poetry.  Ed. Whit Burnett.  New York:  The Dial P, 1950.  623 – 33. 

  • ---.  “Ecstasy of the Eye.”  Vogue 152 (Dec. 1968): 189 – 90.

  • ---.  Encounters: StoriesLondon: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1923; New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924; 2nd ed. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1949.

  • ---.  “Enemies of Charm in Women, in Men.” Vogue 134 (15 Sept. 1959): 158 – 59, 201.

  • ---.  “An Enormous Channel of Expectation.” Vogue 122 (July 1953); 54 – 55.

  • ---.  “An Evening in Anglo-Ireland.”  1000 Years of Irish Prose.  Ed. Vivian Mercier and David H. GreeneNew York:  Devin-Adair, 1952.  294 – 310.

  • ---.  “Everybody in London was in Love.” The Vintage Book of War Fiction.  Ed.  Sebastian Faulks and Jorg Hensgen.  New York:  Vintage, 2002.  150– 56.

  • ---.  “Façade at Folkestone.”  Contact: First Spring of Peace 1 (1946): 49 – 52.

  • ---.  “Flavia.”  Mr. Fothergill’s PlotNew YorkOxford UP, 1931.  33 – 36; The Fotherhill Omnibus.  R. G. Collingwood & Gerald Gould, 1931.  57 – 70.

  • ---.  “Foothold.”  By and About Women:  An Anthology of Short Fiction.  Ed. Beth Kline Schneiderman.  New York:  Harcourt Brace, Jovanovich, 1973.  139 – 57.

  • ---.  “The Gift that Speaks.” Tatler 218 (7 Dec. 1955): 57, 120 – 23.

  • ---.  “The Girl with the Stoop.”  JO’LW 40 (23 Dec. 1938): 493 – 94.

  • ---.  “Gone Away.”  Listener 35.886 (3 Jan. 1946): 13 – 15.

  • ---.  “The Good Earl.”  Diversion.  Ed. Hester W. Chapman.  London:  Collins, 1946.  133 – 146.

  • ---.  “The Good Girl.”  Time and Tide25 (11 Feb. 1933):  143 – 46.

  • ---.  “Green Holly.”  Listener 32.832 (21 Dec. 1944):  684 – 85, 688.

  • ---.  “Hand in Glove.” The Second Ghost Book.  Ed.  Cynthia Asquith.  London:  James Barrie, 1952.  191– 202; The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories.  Eds.  Michael Cox and R.  A.  Gilbert.  OxfordOxford UP, 1986.  444– 52; The Treasury of English Short Stories.  Ed.  Nancy Sullivan.  Garden City, NJ:  Doubleday, 1985.  358– 67; The House of the Nightmare, and Other Eerie Tales.  Ed. Kathleen Lines.  London:  Bodley Head, 1967.  47 – 60; Ladies of Horror: Two Centuries of Supernatural Stories by the Gentle Sex.  Ed. Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis.  New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1971.  160 – 72.

  • ---.  “The Happy Autumn Fields.” Reading Modern Fiction.  rev. ed. Ed. Winifred Lynskey.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1957.  28 – 41; Cornhill 963 (Nov. 1944):  238 – 51;  Great Irish Tales of Horror:  A Treasury of Fear.  Ed.  Peter Haining.  London:  Souvenir, 1995.  76– 92; Nightshade:  20th Century Ghost Stories.  Ed.  Robert S.  Phillips.  New York:  Carroll and Graf, 1999.  47– 64.

  • ---.  “Her Table Spread.” Listener 11 (7 Mar. 1934):  419 – 21; The Short Story.  Ed.  Randall Jarrell.  New York:  Doubleday, 1958.  75– 83; The Penguin Book of Irish Fiction.  Ed.  Colm Toíbín.  New York:  Viking, 1999.  494– 99; The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories.  Ed.  William Trevor.  New YorkOxford UP, 1991.311– 18; Short Stories from the Irish Renaissance.  Ed.  Alexander G.  Gonzales.  Troy, NY:  Whitson, 1993.  584– 92; Twenty-three Modern Stories.  Ed.  Barbara Howes.  New York:  Vintage, 1963.  347– 56; The Penguin Book of Irish Fiction.  Ed.  Colm Toíbín.  New York:  Viking, 2000.  494– 99; The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories.  Ed.  William Trevor.  New YorkOxford UP, 1989.  311– 18; Fiction 100:  An Anthology of Short Stories.  Ed. James H.  PickeringNew York:  Macmillan, 1974; The Short Story.  Comp. Seán O’Faoláin.  London:  William Collins, 1948. 305 – 13; Anchor Book of Stories.  Ed. Randall Jarrell.  New York: Doubleday, 1958.  75 – 83; Short Stories: A Study in Pleasure.  Ed Seán O’Faoláin.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1961:  333 – 41; The Realm of Fiction:  65 Short Stories.  Ed. James B. Hall.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1965.  285 – 92;  Fiction 100: An Anthology of Short StoriesNew York:  Macmillan, 1974.  88 – 92.

  • ---.  “Home for Christmas.”  Mademoiselle 42 (Dec. 1955): 57, 120 – 23; Family Christmas Book.  Ed. Dorothy Wilson.  New York:  Prentice-Hall, 1957.  2 – 3.

  • ---.  “Human Habitation.” The Oxford Book of Travel Stories.  Ed.  Patricia Craig.  OxfordOxford UP, 1996.  99– 112.

  • ---.  “I Died of Love.”  Choice:  Some New Stories and Prose.  Ed. William Sansom. London:  Progress Publishing, 1946.  129 – 137.

  • ---.  “I Hear You Say So.”  New Writing and Daylight 6 (Sept. 1945): 23 – 29.
  • ---.  “Innocence.”  The New Treasure Chest: An Anthology of Reflective Prose.  Ed. J. Donald Adams.  New York:  E. P. Dutton, 1953.  369.

  • ---.  “In the Days of My Youth.”  World Digest of Current Fact and Comment 16 (Christmas 1946):  19 – 21.

  • ---.  “In the Square.” Horizon 4 (Sept. 1941): 192 – 99; Horizon Stories.  Ed. Cyril Connolly.  London:  Faber and Faber, 1943.  112 – 21; New York: Vangard P, 1946.  23 – 34.

  • ---.  “The Informer.”  Observer (19 July 1953): 9.

  • ---.  “Inherited Clock.”  Cornhill 961 (Jan. 1944):  36 – 53.

  • ---.  Irish StoriesDublin: Poolbeg P, 1978.

  • ---.  “Ivy Gripped the Steps.”  English Short Stories of Today.  2nd series. Ed. Dan Davin.  London: Oxford UP, 1958.  1 – 33; English Short Stoires in My Time.  Comp. David Cecil.  LondonOxford UP, 1970.  89 – 120; Modern British Short Novels.  Ed. Robert M. Davis.  Glenview, IL:  Scott, Foresman, 1972.  238 – 64; Horizon 12.69 (Sept. 1945):  179 – 208.

  • ---.  Ivy Gripped the Steps and Other StoriesNew York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945.
  • ---.  “Jane Austen.”  The English Novelists:  A Survey of the Novel by Twenty Contemporary Novelists.  Ed. Derek Verschoyle.  London:  Chatto & Windus, 1936.  97 – 110;  The English Novelists.  Ed. Derek Verschoyle.  New York:  Harcourt, Brace, 1936.  99 – 113.

  • ---.  “Joining Charles.” A Treasury of Short Stories:  Favorites of the Past Hundred Years from Turgenev to Thurber, from Balzac to Hemingway.  Ed.  Bernardine Kielty.  New York:  Simon, 1947:  438– 91; Modern English Short Stories, First Series.  Comp. Phyllis M. Jones.  LondonOxford UP, 1939.  374 – 89;  English Short Stories, 1888 – 1937.  Comp. Phyllis M. Jones.  LondonOxford UP, 1939.  374 – 89; Reading Modern Short Stories.  Ed. Jarvis A. Thurston.  Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1955.  155 – 65.

  • ---.  Joining Charles and Other StoriesLondon: Constable, 1929; New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh, 1929; Toronto: Longmans, 1929; LondonCape, 1952.

  • ---.  “Just Imagine.” Best British Short Stories.  Ed.  Edward J.  O'Brien.  New York:  Dodd Mead, 1927.  72– 84; Sotires of To-Day and Yesterday.  Ed. Frederick H. Law.  New York:  Century Books, 1930.  24 – 37.

  • ---.  “The Light in the Dark.”  Vogue 116 (Dec. 1950): 89 – 90, 157 – 58;  Vogue (English edition) (Jan. 1951): 25, 84; The World in Vogue.  Ed. Bryan Holme et. al. New York: The Viking P, 1963.  291 – 92.

  • ---.  “The Little Girl’s Room.”  London Mercury 28.165 (July 1933):  213 – 21.

  • ---.  The Little GirlsNew York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964; London: Jonathan Cape, 1964.

  • ---.  “Look at all those Roses.” The Oxford Book of Modern Women's Stories.  Ed.  Patricia Craig.  New YorkOxford UP, 1994.  109– 17;  Short Story: A Thematic Anthology.  Ed. Dorothy Parker and Frederick B. Shroyer.  New York:  Charles Scribner’s, 1965.  97 – 104.

  • ---.  Look at all those Roses:  Short StoriesLondon: Victor Gollancz, 1941; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1941; LondonCape, 1951.

  • ---.  “Love.”  Listener 22.563 (26 Oct. 1939): 826 – 28; Indiscreet Journeys:  Stories of Women on the Road.  Ed.  Lisa St.  Aubin de Teran.  Boston:  Faber, 1990.  188– 96.

  • ---.  “A Love Story.”  Horizon 1.7 (July 1940):  481 – 98; Irish Harvest: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry.  Ed. Robert Greacen.  Dublin:  New Frontiers P, 1946.  82 – 98; The Oxford Book of English Love Stories.  Ed.  John Sutherland.  New YorkOxford UP, 1996.  295– 310.

  • ---.  “Lunch.” A Literary Feast:  An Anthology.  Ed.  Lilly Golden.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly, 1993.  186– 90.

  • ---.  “Making Arrangements.” Dumped:  An Anthology.  Ed.  B.  Delores Max.  New York:  Grove, 2003.  263– 74; Everybody’s Magazine 50.6 (June 1924):  45 – 50;  Eve (London) 23 (20 Nov. 1925): 4 – 5, 7, 19, 88.

  • ---.  “Maria.” The Funny Bone:  New Humorous Stories.  Ed. Lady Cynthia Asquith.  London:  Jarrolds, 1928.  152 – 165;  The Funny Bone.  Ed. Cynthia Asquith.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1928.  157 – 172; Classic English Short Stories, 1930– 1955.  Ed.  Derek Hudson.  OxfordOxford UP, 1990.  304– 19; Introduction to Modern English and American Literature.  Ed. William Somerset Maugham.  New York:  New Home Library, 1943.  77 – 86;  Modern English Short Stories, Second Series.  Comp. Derek Hudson.  LondonOxford UP, 1956.  304 – 19.

  • ---.  “A Matter of Inspiration.”  Saturday Review 34 (13 Oct. 1951): 27 – 28, 64.

  • ---.  “Mental Annuity.”  Vogue 126 (15 Sept. 1955): 108 – 09.

  • ---.  “Modern Lighting.”  Saturday Review 5 (27 October 1928):  294.

  • ---.  “Moses.”  Weekly Westminster Gazette (30 June 1923):  16.

  • ---.  “The Mulberry Tree.”  The Old School.  Ed. Graham Greene.  London:  Jonathan Cape, 1934.  45 – 59.
  • ---.  The Mulberry Tree:  Writings of Elizabeth Bowen.  With an introduction by Hermione Lee.  London:  Virago, 1986; San Diego:  Harcourt, 1987.

  • ---.  “Mysterious Kôr.” English Stories from New Writing (Ljus English Library #48).  Ed. John Lehmann.  Stockholm: Ljus 1946.  12 – 31; London: Purnell & Sons, 1951.  234 – 48; Best Stories from New Writing.  New York: Harcourt Brace, 1951.  234 – 48; Synthesis: Response to Literature.  Ed. Charles Sanders, et. al. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1971. 164 – 72;  Penguin New Writing 20 (Jan. 1944):  53 – 67; Blackwater 2:  More Tales of the Fantastic.  Ed.  Alberto Manguel.  New York:  Potter, 1990.  42– 56; The World of the Short Story:  A Twentieth-century Collection.  Ed.  Clifton Fadiman.  Boston:  Houghton, 1986:  186– 98; The Penguin Book of Modern British Short Stories.  Ed.  Malcolm Bradbury.  Harmondsworth:  Viking, 1987.  32– 45; Wave Me Goodbye:  Stories of the Second World War.  Ed.  Anne Boston.  New York:  Viking, 1989.  130– 43.

  • ---.  “The Needlecase.” Harper’s Bazaar 73 (May 1939):  72; Harper’s Bazaar (London) (June 1939): 40, 95 – 96;  Woman's Hourbook of Short Stories.  Ed.  Pat McLoughlin.  London:  BBC, 1990.  119– 28.

  • ---.  “New York Waiting in My Memory.”  Vogue 116 (July 1950): 78 – 79.

  • ---.  “New Waves of the Future.” American Home 72 (Oct. 1969): 70 – 71.

  • ---.  “Number 16.”  Listener 21 (19 Jan. 1939):  157 – 59; Living Age 357 (Sept. 1939):  36 – 42; The Best British Short Stories of 1939.  Ed. Edward J. O’Brien.  London:  Jonathan Cape, 1939.  55 – 65; Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1939.  59 – 67.

  • ---.  “Oh, MADAM…” Listener 24.621 (5 Dec. 1940): 815 – 16;  Living Age 359 (Feb. 1941): 556 – 60.

  • ---.  “Once Upon a Yesterday.”  Saturday Review 33 (27 May 1950): 9 – 10, 36, 37.

  • ---.  “Opening Up the House.” Vogue (English Edition) (Aug. 1945): 38, 75, 82.

  • ---.  “Out of a Book.”  Orion 3 (Autumn 1946): 10 – 14; British and American Essays, 1905 – 1956.  Comp. Carl L. Anderson and George W. Williams.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1959.  78 – 84.

  • ---.  “Panorama du Roman.”  Aspects de la Littérature Anglaise 1918 – 1945.  présentés par Kathleen Raine et Max-pol Fouchet.  Paris:  Fontaine, 1944; 30 – 39; Fontaine 37- 40 (Special Number) (1944): 33 – 177, 43 – 187.

  • ---.  “The Parrot.”  Everybody’s Magazine 52.4 (April 1925):  135 – 42.

  • ---.  “Pictures and Conversations.” The Eye of the Story:  Selected Essays and Reviews.  Ed.  Eudora Welty.  New York:  Random, 1978.  269– 76.

  • ---.  “Pink Biscuit.”  Eve (London) (22 Nov. 1928):  34 – 35, 76, 78, 80.

  • ---.  “Pink May.”  Argosy 7.11 (Nov. 1946):  87 – 93; English Story: Fifth Series.  Ed. Woodrow Wyatt.  London:  Collins, 1944. 11 – 23.

  • ---.  “The Power in the Cave.”  Listener 37.947 (20 March 1947): 431 – 32.

  • ---.  “Prague Before the Coup.”  Vogue (English edition) (April 1948): 68, 103.

  • ---.  “Prague and the Crisis.” Vogue 111 (1 April 1948): 156, 195 – 96.

  • ---.  “A Queer Heart.”  Living Age 355 (Feb. 1939): 517 – 23; Reading Modern Short Stories.  Ed. Jarvis A. Thurston.  Chicago: Scott Foresman, 1955.  147 – 55; Masters and Masterpieces of the Short Story.  Ed. Joshua McClennen.  New York:  Henry Holt, 1957.  1 – 4; Selected Modern Short Stories.  Ed. Walter Gilomen.  Bern, Switzerland:  Francke Verlag, 1957.  31 – 44.  Fifty Modern Stories.  Ed. Thomas H. M. Blair.  New York:  Harper, 1960. 571 – 78;  British Short Stories:  Classics and Criticism.  Ed. Leonard R. N. Ashley and Stuart L. Astor.  Englewood Cliffs:  Prentice-Hall, 1968.  311 – 19;  Points of Departure: A Collection of Short Fiction.  Ed. Herbert Goldstone, et. al.  Englewood Cliffs:  Prentice-Hall, 1971.  40 – 49.

  • ---.  “Reduced.”  Listener 13 (12 June 1935):  1022 – 24; The Best British Short Stories of 1936.  Ed. Edward J. O’Brien and John Cournos.  LondonJonathan Cape, 1936.  73 – 85; Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1936.  49 – 59;  Tellers of Tales:  One Hundred Short Stories from the United States, England, France, Russian, and Germany.  Ed. W. Somerset Maugham.  New York:  Doubleday, 1939.  1381 – 89.

  • ---.  “Royal Academy.”  New Statesman 12 (9 May 1936): 702 – 03.

  • ---.  “Salon des Dames.” Weekly Westminter Gazette (7 April 1923):  16 – 17.

  • ---.  “Salzburg in the Distance.”  Night & Day 1 (9 Sept. 1937): 22 – 23.

  • ---.  “The Same Way Home.”  London Mercury 39.230 (Dec. 1938): 156 – 64.

  • ---.  Selected StoriesDublin: Maurice Fridberg, 1946.

  • ---.  “The Shadowy Third.”  Achievements in Ficiton:  A College Anthology.  Ed. Burton L. Cooper and Lila K. Chalpin.  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon, 1971.  238 – 46.

  • ---.  “She Gave Him.”  ConsequencesBerkshire:  The Golden Cockerel P, 1932.  46 – 51;  ConsequencesNew York:  Houghton Mifflin, 1933.  46 – 51.

  • ---.  “The Sponge of the Present.”  Saturday Review 36 (10 June 1953): 11, 43 – 44.

  • ---.  “Songs My Father Sang Me.”  Modern Short Stories: The Fiction of Experience.  Eds. M. X. Lesser and John N. Morris.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1962.  45 – 57; Partners; An Anthology of Readers.  Ed.  Jan Syburg.  Notre Dame:  Fides, 1970.  9– 23.

  • ---.  Stories by Elizabeth BowenNew York: Vintage, 1959.

  • ---.  “Summer Night.” Stories of the Forties.  Ed. Reginald Moore and Woodrow Wyatt.  London:  Nicholson and Watson, 1945.  98 – 126; Modern Irish Short Stories.  Ed. Frank O’Connor.  LondonOxford UP, 1957.  297 – 335; The Anchor Book of New Irish Writing:  The New Gaelach ficsean.  Eds.  John L.  Somer and John J.  Daly.  New York:  Anchor, 2000.  3– 31; The Scribner Book of Irish Writing.  Eds.  John J.  Daly and John L.  Somer.  London:  Scribner, 2001.  3– 31; Modern Irish Short Stories.  Ed.  Ben Forkner.  New York:  Viking, 1980.  242– 77.

  • ---.  “Sunday Afternoon.” Life and Letters Today 30.47 (July 1941): 45 – 55; The Bell (Dublin) 5.1 (Oct. 1942): 1927; A World of Great Stories.  Ed. H. Haydon and John Cournos.  New York:  Crown Publishers, 1947.  206 – 12; Women and Fiction 2:  Short Stories by and about Women.  Ed. Susan Cahill.  New York:  New American Library, 1978.  137 – 44; Love and Loss:  Stories from the Heart.  Ed.  Georgiana Hammick.  Boston:  Faber, 1992.  127– 34; Irish Short Stories.  Eds.  Frank Delaney and David Rooney.  London:  Folio Society, 1999.  211– 18.

  • ---.  “The Teakettle.” House and Garden 123 (Jan. 1963): 70 – 71; These Simple Things:  Some Appreciations of the Small Joys in Daily Life.  Eds. Of House and Garden.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1965.  11 – 18.

  • ---.  “Tears, Idle Tears.”  Listener 16 (2 Sept. 1936): 447 – 49; The Blarney Magazine 7 (1954): 15 – 21; Classic European Short Stories.  Ed.  Robert Lawrence Beum.  LaSalle:  Sherwood Sugden, 1984.  213– 20; The Best British Short Short Stories of 1937.  Ed. Edward J. O’Brien and John Cournos.  London:  Jonathan Cape, 1937.  29 – 36;  Literature: Structure, Sound and Sense.  Ed. Laurence Perrine.  New York:  Harcourt, Brace, 1970.  93 – 99; Story and Structure. 3rd ed.  New York: Harcourt Brace, 1970.  93 – 99; Women & Men Together: An Anthology of Short Fiction.  Ed. Dawson Gaillard and John Mosier.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1978.  254 – 60.

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