A bright green field,and other stories

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AuthorAnna Kavan
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A bright green field,and other stories est un texte épais dont l’indice de diversité lexicale pointe à 5.370226. Il comporte 100244 caractères et 20670 mots dont 3849 différents.

A bright green field,and other stories introduit un nombre significatif de protagonistes évoluant dans une fiction aux contours géographiques identifiables.

A bright green field,and other stories, publiée pour la première fois en 1958, est une œuvre signée Anna Kavan. Elle a été éditée à 1 reprises, la dernière édition datant de 1958.

Anna Kavan's earlier short stories are already regarded by prominent critics as classics. Her volumes of stories Asylyum Piece and I am Lazarus established her in the front rank of English writers, and admirers of her work will not be disappointed with this new collection. The title story is allegorical writing at its best, and bears the stamp of the author's compulsive power. In contrast, the other stores, like Happy Name, The Birds Dancing and New and Splendid, show her grasp of the conflict between dream and reality, and an acute awareness of human dignity constantly threatened by insensitive unkindness. Ice Storm and The End of Something, in their delicate evocation of mood, stand as testament to Miss Kavan's wide range. (From the book jacket, first british edition published in 1958). Stories in this Edition: A Bright Green Field, Annunciation, Happy Name, One of the Hot Spots, Ice Storm, Mouse, Shoes, The End of Something, The Birds Dancing, Christmas Wishes, A Visit fo the Sleepmaster, Lonely Unholy Short, All Saints, **New and Splendid**.

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A bright green field,and other stories

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High City
refused admittance
Chief Cybernetics
muttered conference
Cybernetics Consultant
big man
third officer
Permanent Chief
port authorities
unseen person
human beings
distinctive dress
could hardly
caught sight
could see
third officer
next moment
hardly believe
cargo boat
knowing whether

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student
uncle
Captain
Chief
officers
schoolboy

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100244

stats#has diversity indice

5.370226

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3849

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20670

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High City

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http://openlibrary.org/authors/OL200810A

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Anna Kavan's earlier short stories are already regarded by prominent critics as classics. Her volumes of stories Asylyum Piece and I am Lazarus established her in the front rank of English writers, and admirers of her work will not be disappointed with this new collection. The title story is allegorical writing at its best, and bears the stamp of the author's compulsive power. In contrast, the other stores, like Happy Name, The Birds Dancing and New and Splendid, show her grasp of the conflict between dream and reality, and an acute awareness of human dignity constantly threatened by insensitive unkindness. Ice Storm and The End of Something, in their delicate evocation of mood, stand as testament to Miss Kavan's wide range. (From the book jacket, first british edition published in 1958). Stories in this Edition: A Bright Green Field, Annunciation, Happy Name, One of the Hot Spots, Ice Storm, Mouse, Shoes, The End of Something, The Birds Dancing, Christmas Wishes, A Visit fo the Sleepmaster, Lonely Unholy Short, All Saints, **New and Splendid**.

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A bright green field,and other stories

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A bright green field and other stories. (1958)