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Trial Balance: The Collected Short Stories of William March (Library Alabama Classics)

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ISBN 10: 081735686X / ISBN 13: 9780817356866
Published by University Alabama Press, 2011
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Title: Trial Balance: The Collected Short Stories ...

Publisher: University Alabama Press

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 2nd ed..

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The Collected Short Stories of William March

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"March's prose is quiet, pithy, and deceptively powerful. A master of those two most potent literary devices, satire and irony, he employed them at times with savage exactitude, and at other times so subtly that it is not until the reader has laid aside the book that the full import of what March has been saying sinks home."--Roy Simmonds, Alabama Heritage

"March is best known for his powerful World War I book Company K and The Bad Seed, about an eight-year-old murderess, but March gave much more to American literature. He perceptively investigated the wide commonness of the human condition in a guileless, direct, patently engaging style. If there is pathological material in his fiction, there is also pity and pathos; if there is irony and satire, there is also wit and wisdom; if there is horror, there is also humanity and humor; if violence and crime, also compassion; if psychological abnormalities, a wide universal normality."--Bert Hitchcock, Salute to William March

"William March is one of the world's classic modern writers, a whole ionosphere above Faulkner, and the unrecognized genius of our time."--Alistair Cooke, A William March Omnibus

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