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Lust, Violence, Sin, Magic Sixty Years of Esquire Fiction

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ISBN-10: 0871135817

ISBN-13: 9780871135810

Edition: N/A

Authors: Rust Hills, Erika Mansourian, Will Blythe, Terry McDonell

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From its premier issue in 1933, which featured writing by Ernest Hemingway, Dashiell Hammett, and John Dos Passos, Esquire has been dedicated to publishing fiction and renowned for its literary excellence; during this century, through the Depression, both World Wars, and into the 1990s, Esquire has maintained a passionate involvement with both celebrated authors and gifted new writers. Lust, Violence, Sin, Magic is a collection of some of the stories that first appeared in Esquire magazine. The names are familiar, and they serve as testimony to both Esquire's literary prominence and the incredible breadth of styles that have graced its pages. Here, gathered in one volume, are writers such…    
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Book details

List price: $15.00
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/20/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

August Afternoon (Autumn 1933)
The Eighty-Yard Run (January 1941)
Among the Paths to Eden (July 1960)
Very Happy Poems (January 1962)
The Lover (July 1973)
Bess (August 1984)
American Express (February 1988)
Something to Remember Me By (July 1990)
Serious Need (November 1990)
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (August 1936)
A Snake of One's Own (February 1938)
The Language of Men (April 1953)
Nude Croquet (September 1957)
I Look Out for Ed Wolfe (September 1962)
Neighbors (June 1971)
A Sorrowful Woman (August 1971)
Heart of a Champion (January 1975)
The Quarterback Speaks to His God (October 1978)
Soldier's Joy (October 1985)
The Things They Carried (August 1986)
Flight (August 1986)
An Alcoholic Case (February 1937)
Two Legs for the Two of Us (September 1951)
The Death of Justina (November 1960)
Parker's Back (April 1965)
His Son, in His Arms, in Light, Aloft (August 1975)
Rock Springs (February 1982)
Steady Hands at Seattle General (March 1989)
The Rumor (June 1991)
My Mother's Lover (July 1992)
Accountant (May 1993)
The Remobilization of Jacob Horner (July 1958)
Black Angels (December 1964)
Harry Belten and the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto (July 1966)
Blacaman the Good, Vendor of Miracles (January 1972)
Horse Badorties Goes Out (September 1973)
The Illustrated Man (October 1973)
Return to Return (October 1975)
Human Moments in World War III (July 1983)
Fleur (August 1986)
Strays (July 1988)