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The Wide Net and Other Stories (1943), her highly acclaimed second collection of short stories, portrays a series of southern characters in Welty's inimitable voice.

One Writer's Beginnings (1984), a brief autobiography by Welty, focuses on her relationship to literature and the influences that shaped her vision as an artist.

The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter (1965) represents the finest work by another southerner and modern master of the short story form.

The Collected Stories of William Faulkner (1999) includes 42 short stories by the most famous modernist from Mississippi.

Everything that Rises Must Converge (1965) presents the final collection of short stories by Flannery O'Connor, whose portraits of the underside of southern life are extreme and grotesque.

Member of the Wedding (1946), a short novel by Carson McCullers, is the story of a Georgia 12- year-old's search for a sense of family belonging.

Shiloh and Other Stories (1982), a collection of...

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