Frank O'Connor believes that the Irish short story is a distinct art form, and the stories collected here are chosen to show how the form has remained peculiarly itself while being developed in response to changing social and political conditions
PublishedOxford: Oxford University Press, 1985
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Statement of responsibility: selected and introduced by Frank O'Connor
ISBN: 0192819186, 9780192819185
Originally published: as Modern Irish short stories. 1957.
xv, 335p. ; 20 cm.
English fiction Irish authors.; Short stories, English Ireland.