The Stories of Alice Adams
By Alice Adams
(Washington Square Press, Paperback, 9780743464505, 640pp.)
Publication Date: December 2, 2003
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In her long and illustrious career, Alice Adams turned the short story into an art form by offering telling glimpses into the lives of "ordinary people made extraordinary by [her] perception" (Newsweek). Now, with this posthumous compilation, readers can become reacquainted with Þfty-three of Adams's best-loved stories, culled from her Þve award-winning collections. A Þtting tribute -- and an extraordinary primer for those new to Adams's work -- The Stories of Alice Adams celebrates the voice, vision, and spirit of one of America's most beloved writers.
Alice Adams is the New York Times bestselling author of ten novels and five short-story collections. She was the recipient of numerous awards, grants, and fellowships from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Foundation.
She lived in San Francisco until her death in 1999.
Adam's many admirers will welcome this generous display of her work.
The Washington Post No other writer in recent memory has called to mind quite so clearly the work of F. Scott Fitzgerald.