Twenty problems of the fiction writer,
by John Gallishaw; a series of lectures on the craftsmanship of the modern shortstory.
|Main Author:||Gallishaw, John, 1890-|
New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1929.
Companion volume to the author's "The only two ways to write a story." cf. Author's foreword.
xiv, 455 p.
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