Object Lessons by The Paris Review
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Object Lessons Summary
What does it take to write a great short story? In Object Lessons, twenty contemporary masters of the genre answer that question, sharing favorite stories from the pages of The Paris Review. Over the course of the last half century, the Review has launched hundreds of careers while publishing some of the most inventive and best-loved stories of our time. This anthology - the first of its kind - is more than a treasury: it is an indispensable resource for writers, students, and anyone else who wants to understand fiction from a writer's point of view.
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"The collection reminds us that good stories are always whispering into each other's ears." - Publishers Weekly
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Established in 1953, The Paris Review is America's preeminent literary magazine.
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