II II Raymond Carver Errand This bit of history in itself is a delightful story, very much in the vein of, say, Maupassant or Maugham, but presumably Carver thought the irony was too easy. In any case, as we can see from his story, Carver wanted to end with the young mana#39;s response to Olgaa#39;s instructions. The matter of ... Finally, we can return briefly to the issue of what some might call Carvera#39;s plagiarism.
|Title||:||The Harper Anthology of Fiction, Instructor's Manual|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Publishing Company - 1998-03-21|