Citations and Bibliography of a Small Good Thing

Topics: Short story, Anton Chekhov, Fiction Pages: 2 (254 words) Published: August 10, 2012

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Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? McGraw-Hill, 1976
Furious Seasons And Other Stories Capra Press, 1977
What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Knopf, 1981
Cathedral Knopf, 1983
The Stories Of Raymond Carver Picador, 1985
Where I'm Calling From: The Selected Stories Atlantic Monthly Press, 1988 Poetry
All Of Us: The Collected Poems The Harvill Press, 1996
Fires (1983)
Where Water Comes Together With Other Water (1985)
Ultramarine (1986)
A New Path To The Waterfall (1989)
Uncollected Poems: No Heroics, Please (1991)
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