Short Stories for Sultry Days

When torrid temperatures prevail, why not beat it to a seat with a refreshing short story collection? Some of the collections available here at the library include:

Stories of Mark Twain, by  Mark Twain (F TWA)

Runaway: Stories, by Alice Munro (F MUN)

Children Playing Before a Statue of Hercules, by David Sedaris (813.0108 CHI)

The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories, by Ernest Hemingway (F HEM)

The Turn of the Screw: and Other Short Novels, and The Short Stories of Henry James, by Henry James (PB JAM and F JAM)

The Collected Short Stories of Louis L’Amour, by Louis L’Amour (LP LAM)

An Anthology of Famous British Stories, edited by Bennett Cerf

Short Stories: Vol. 1 and 2, by Leo Tolstoy (F TOL) *To read one his most acclaimed short stories, How Much Land Does a Man Need?,  which is not contained in these volumes, click here.

The short stories of Oscar Wilde: found in two books of his collected works at 820.8 WIL and 828 .809 WIL

The short stories of Flannery O’Connor (F OCO)