Monday, July 24, 2017

The Most Anthologized Short Stories of All Time

The Most Anthologized Short Stories of All Time

5 comments:

Rick Robinson said...

By filtering out so much, using such a narrow base, the list seems skewed.

Steve Oerkfitz said...

Seems overloaded with New Yorker writers.

Deb said...

The Lottery, The Minister's Black Veil, Billy Budd (more of a novella, perhaps), The Tell-Tale Heart, Daisy Miller, To Build A Fire, A Clean Well-Lighted Place, Bernice Bobs Her Hair, A Good Man Is Hard to Find, The Swimmer. These are the ones that seem to be anthologized the most--in my memory at least.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Good list, Deb. Those are almost all ones that ring a bell with me, too.

George said...

I'm with Steve. There's a lot of NWE YORKER writers on this list.