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How to Write Short Stories by L. Josephine Bridgart

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How to Write Short Stories
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Publisher: The Writer's Digest
Number of pages: 164

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The great purpose of How To Write Short Stories is to induce the new writer to look at his profession in a business-like way and to go to work with his business sense fully awake. The book also seeks to answer some specific questions which usually rise up to vex the new writer and in general to make the technique of writing for publication more clear and simple.

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