The strangers were here : selected stories
- Clayton, John Bell
- New York : Macmillan, 1957.
- Physical Description:
- viii, 214 pages ; 22 cm
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- Pt. 1. The town clock: An empty Sunday, the snow, and the stangers. The soft step of the Shawnee. A part of the town. Sunday ice cream. A happy story when seen backwards. Little Woodrow. Snowfall on Fourth Street. Incident at Chapman's switch.--Pt. 2. The village bells: The summer of the insisten voices. The man who looked like a bird. Last blast of the trumpet. All the petals of all the roses in the world. The little Bailey girl. Mr. Sampsell's thirty-pound diamond.--Pt. 3. The valley and the mountains beyond: The silence of the mountains. The sound that God heard. Short ride up the hollow. White against winter dawn. Cindy Thacker's Christmas dinner. A warm day in November. The white circle.
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