Deal Me In 2014: Week 4 Wrap-up

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Below are links to new posts since last week’s wrap up post. If you have one to add, either leave a link in the comments here, or I’ll include in next week’s wrap up. Great stories this week, everyone! I really enjoyed browsing through the posts!

Candiss at “Read the Gamut” offers up a triple header, reviewing Eudora Welty’s “Why I Live at the P.O.”, Vladimir Nabokov’s “Signs and Symbols,” and The Ambrose Bierce classic, “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.”
http://readthegamut.wordpress.com/2014/01/26/deal-me-in-challenge-hit-me-for-three-stories-4-3-and-2-with-bierce-welty-and-nabokov/

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Dale at Mirror with Clouds tackled Graham Greene’s humorous story “A Branch of the Service
http://mirrorwithclouds.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/a-branch-of-the-service-by-graham-greene/#comments

Katherine at The Writerly Reader writes about one of Ray Bradbury’s “darker” stories, “Quicker than the Eye”
http://katenread.wordpress.com/2014/01/25/deal-me-in-week-4-quicker-than-the-eye/

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The Returning Reader read another one from The Granta book of the African Short Story, this time drawing Ivan Vladislavic’s “Propaganda by Monuments
http://returningreader.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/short-story-4-propaganda-by-monuments-ivan-vladislavic/

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James at Ready When You Are, C.B. tries to find a connection between Isak Dinesen’s “The Dreaming Child” and George Orwell’s “Inside the Whale.” Will he succeed? Click below and find out.
http://readywhenyouarecb.blogspot.in/2014/01/deal-me-in-short-story-challenge-george.html

Hanne at Reading on Cloud 9 shares with us the story, “Celio Falls” by Heather Brittain Bergstrom
http://readingoncloud9.wordpress.com/2014/01/26/celilo-falls-by-heather-brittain-bergstrom/

Jay at Bibliophilopolis (that’s me!) found himself back in Mother Russia for the second week in a row with Maxim Gorky’s “Twenty-Six and One
https://bibliophilica.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/but-of-tanya-we-never-spoke-ill/

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