Salvation and Other Short Stories

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This is a collection of short stories written to satisfy the requirements for a Master of Arts degree. These stories are done in several different forms in an attempt to help the author discover which one suits his personal style best. The preface to these stories is an examination of how and why the author goes about the creative process. The author has examined the lives and methods of other literary figures to see what their individual inspirations were and how they worked. This preface also looks at some of the obstacles and hazards that these men and women face ... continued below

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Oznick, Stephen E. (Stephen Eugene) August 1993.

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This is a collection of short stories written to satisfy the requirements for a Master of Arts degree. These stories are done in several different forms in an attempt to help the author discover which one suits his personal style best. The preface to these stories is an examination of how and why the author goes about the creative process. The author has examined the lives and methods of other literary figures to see what their individual inspirations were and how they worked. This preface also looks at some of the obstacles and hazards that these men and women face while they are writing.

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Oznick, Stephen E. (Stephen Eugene). Salvation and Other Short Stories, thesis, August 1993; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500751/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .