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Hunting’s Best Short Stories edited by Paul D. Staudohar

The drama, danger, and energy of the hunt are unsurpassed as inspiration for short-story writers, many of whom have been fine hunters themselves. This collection spans the full range of the 20th century and boasts many prize-winning authors and stories, including Wallace Stegner's "The Blue-Winged Teal," Thomas McGuane's "Sportsmen," and Lawrence Sargent Hall's "The Ledge," as well as Ernest Hemingway's "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" and riveting selections by David Quammen, Rick Bass, and E. Annie Proulx. A lighter side of the sport is provided in Irvin S. Cobb's "The Plural of Moose Is Mise," while T. Coraghessan Boyle's "Big Game" plays wickedly on the Hemingway classic.

Paul D. Staudohar is the editor of Baseball's Best Short Stories, Football's Best Short Stories, Golf's Best Short Stories, Boxing's Best Short Stories, Fishing's Best Short Stories, and Sports Best Short Stories. He is a professor of business administration at California State University at Hayward.
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Dimensions: 6" x 9"
ISBN: 9781556524745
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Hunting’s Best Short Stories edited by Paul D. Staudohar
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SKU #:
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9781556524745
$16.99