Bibliographic data Sinopsis: “A Handful of Darkness” by Philip K. Dick is a collection of stories that encapsulates the essence of Dick’s early literary career, showcasing his prowess in melding the mundane with the metaphysical, and the everyday with the dystopian. Published in 1955, this anthology presents a range of
Bibliographic data Sinopsis: Published in 1894, “Bayou Folk” is a collection of short stories that immerses readers in the heart of 19th-century Louisiana, a world masterfully depicted by Kate Chopin. Through her tales, Chopin presents a tapestry of characters and situations reflecting the life, tensions, and passions of the American
Bibliographic data Sinopsis: “Everything That Rises Must Converge” by Flannery O’Connor is a piercing and insightful collection of stories that delve into the intricacies of the American South during a time of profound social and racial shifts. Published posthumously in 1965, this compilation reflects O’Connor’s sharp insight into human nature
Bibliographic data Sinopsis: “The Complete Robot,” published in 1982 by Doubleday, is an essential collection of science fiction short stories by Isaac Asimov, spanning nearly four decades of his work from 1939 to 1977. This volume brings together 31 stories, making up almost the entirety of Asimov’s writings on robots.