Cahill, Susan, ed
Women and Fiction.
New York: Mentor Books, 1975. An excellent collection of quality short fiction written by women.
Cassill, J., ed .
The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction.
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1978. An excellent collection of short stories that can provide alternative story choices for the ser of this unit.
Franco, Anthony F. “Small Packages”.Vol. III,
Reading the Twentieth Century Short Story.
New Haven: Yale-New Haven Teachers’ Institute, 1983. The forerunner of this particular effort which encompasses a very different strategy for the introduction of short fiction to students. Users of the current unit are advised to scan this unit for possible implementation also.
Loban, Walter, et al, ed.
Teaching Language arid Literature.
New York: Harcourt, Brace, & World, Inc., 1969. Contains an extensive bibliography of short stories and numerous ideas for the teaching of literature.
Story and Structure.
New York: Harcourt, B race, & World, Inc., 1966. Very useful for its clear and concise descriptions of the various elements of the short story as well as a fine selection of quality short fiction.
Singleton, Ralph H., ed.
Two and Twenty—A Collection of Short tories.
New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1962. One of the first anthologies of short fiction that deals with form and genre in a brilliantly written introduction. Many of the stories in the unit are contained in this anthology.