Despite the fact that a number of Rudolph Fisher's works appeared in national magazines such as Atlantic Monthly and McClure's, little critical attention has been devoted to his short fiction over the years.
This collection brings together, for the first time, fifteen of Fisher's general adult stories, detective stories, and his stories for children, accompanied by an introduction, brief biography, and a chronology of his published work.
The introductory essay explores the short story as a genre and examines Fisher's place in American short fiction.
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- Pages:242 pages
- Publication Date:23/06/1987