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The Resource The Literature of work : short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business, edited by Sheila E. Murphy, John G. Sperling, John D. Murphy

The Literature of work : short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business, edited by Sheila E. Murphy, John G. Sperling, John D. Murphy

Label
The Literature of work : short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business
Title
The Literature of work
Title remainder
short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sheila E. Murphy, John G. Sperling, John D. Murphy
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/0355
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS508.W73
LC item number
L58 1991
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1951-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Murphy, Sheila E.
  • Sperling, John G
  • Murphy, John D
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Working class
  • Business
  • Labor
  • American literature
  • Working class
  • Working class writings, American
  • Work
Label
The Literature of work : short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business, edited by Sheila E. Murphy, John G. Sperling, John D. Murphy
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paulina Borsook
  • Constance Alexander
  • Waiting
  • Jonathan Price
  • Where does the money go ; Declining the loan
  • Carolyn Hill
  • Office, 3 p.m.
  • Penelope Karageorge
  • A little number
  • Dan Brown
  • city hotel
  • 'other'
  • Gary Grelli
  • Christmas 1987
  • Walter G. Sutton, III
  • Notes on contributors
  • Credits
  • Lawrence Coates
  • Pat and the American dream
  • Betty Sherwood
  • Project black knight
  • James Shepard
  • Five paintings of the new Japan
  • Steven Heighton
  • The guided tour of 7th avenue
  • Editor's foreword
  • Leonard S. Bernstein
  • A lateral move
  • Floyd Skloot
  • They shoot copywriters, don't they?
  • Jill C. Wheeler
  • A foot in the door
  • Henry Slesar
  • Take me, I'm yours
  • Robert Minkoff
  • Severance
  • Introduction
  • Al Sandvik
  • Return from Oz
  • Jeffrey Zygmont
  • Body of work
  • Judith Small
  • Winging it
  • Ed Packman
  • The safe man
  • Andrew Schultz
  • Corporate culture shock
  • James A. Autry
  • Ross Chichester
  • Irreverent thoughts about organization charts
  • James A. Autry
  • All the young Fausts
  • Mark Hall
  • When money doesn't talk: reflections on business, poetry, and audience
  • M. Dana Gioia
  • Buy a cellular phone, sublet your soul
  • Robert Acquinas McNally
  • Business and poetry
  • Starting gun
  • Wade Newman
  • Racing with the wolves
  • Kate Bertrand
  • Amphibian by midday
  • Jay A. Blumenthal
  • Lights flashing at O'Hare ; Listening and learning ; Romantic revelations ; Recessions
  • James A. Autry
  • Oxygen tent ; The retirement of Louie Berman
  • John Dickson
  • The caged copywriter
  • James Castle Furlong
  • Gavin Ewart
  • Not quite out-of-business ; NW flight 1482 seat 6A
  • Les Bridges
  • The anointed one ; Heir head steps down
  • Robert J. McKenty
  • Crossings: November 21-22
  • G.E. Murray
  • Business class ; Dignity ; Success stories
  • Richard Cole
  • Sometimes we let the mail go until tomorrow ; Dialog between manager and employee
  • The virus
  • Robert Orndorff
  • layoff
  • C. Allen May, Jr.
  • View from the front desk ; In company
  • Catherine Shaw
  • I am getting a mountain view ; A working marriage
  • Floyd Skloot
  • Nerves
  • Art Beck
  • Oasis
  • Craig Brown
  • Ron Czerwien
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Emily Hawthorne
  • Taking up serpents (Chicago Board of Trade) ; Matins
  • Lindsay Hill
  • The man in the open doorway ; Eastern standard time ; Money
  • M. Dana Gioia
  • A California ad man celebrates his art
  • David Alpaugh
  • Happy endings ; Job hunting ; Loophole ; Computer lab
  • Virtual romance
  • Miriam Goodman
  • My work
  • Tina Quinn Durham
  • White collar
  • David Del Bourgo
  • Day after the market crash, San Francisco, October, 1987
  • Charles Entrekin
  • From the warehouse
  • C.B. Follett
  • Outplacement blues ; Pinstripe suit
Control code
25517252
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xix, 314 pages
Isbn
9781880708002
Lccn
91067284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
The Literature of work : short stories, essays, and poems by men and women of business, edited by Sheila E. Murphy, John G. Sperling, John D. Murphy
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paulina Borsook
  • Constance Alexander
  • Waiting
  • Jonathan Price
  • Where does the money go ; Declining the loan
  • Carolyn Hill
  • Office, 3 p.m.
  • Penelope Karageorge
  • A little number
  • Dan Brown
  • city hotel
  • 'other'
  • Gary Grelli
  • Christmas 1987
  • Walter G. Sutton, III
  • Notes on contributors
  • Credits
  • Lawrence Coates
  • Pat and the American dream
  • Betty Sherwood
  • Project black knight
  • James Shepard
  • Five paintings of the new Japan
  • Steven Heighton
  • The guided tour of 7th avenue
  • Editor's foreword
  • Leonard S. Bernstein
  • A lateral move
  • Floyd Skloot
  • They shoot copywriters, don't they?
  • Jill C. Wheeler
  • A foot in the door
  • Henry Slesar
  • Take me, I'm yours
  • Robert Minkoff
  • Severance
  • Introduction
  • Al Sandvik
  • Return from Oz
  • Jeffrey Zygmont
  • Body of work
  • Judith Small
  • Winging it
  • Ed Packman
  • The safe man
  • Andrew Schultz
  • Corporate culture shock
  • James A. Autry
  • Ross Chichester
  • Irreverent thoughts about organization charts
  • James A. Autry
  • All the young Fausts
  • Mark Hall
  • When money doesn't talk: reflections on business, poetry, and audience
  • M. Dana Gioia
  • Buy a cellular phone, sublet your soul
  • Robert Acquinas McNally
  • Business and poetry
  • Starting gun
  • Wade Newman
  • Racing with the wolves
  • Kate Bertrand
  • Amphibian by midday
  • Jay A. Blumenthal
  • Lights flashing at O'Hare ; Listening and learning ; Romantic revelations ; Recessions
  • James A. Autry
  • Oxygen tent ; The retirement of Louie Berman
  • John Dickson
  • The caged copywriter
  • James Castle Furlong
  • Gavin Ewart
  • Not quite out-of-business ; NW flight 1482 seat 6A
  • Les Bridges
  • The anointed one ; Heir head steps down
  • Robert J. McKenty
  • Crossings: November 21-22
  • G.E. Murray
  • Business class ; Dignity ; Success stories
  • Richard Cole
  • Sometimes we let the mail go until tomorrow ; Dialog between manager and employee
  • The virus
  • Robert Orndorff
  • layoff
  • C. Allen May, Jr.
  • View from the front desk ; In company
  • Catherine Shaw
  • I am getting a mountain view ; A working marriage
  • Floyd Skloot
  • Nerves
  • Art Beck
  • Oasis
  • Craig Brown
  • Ron Czerwien
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Emily Hawthorne
  • Taking up serpents (Chicago Board of Trade) ; Matins
  • Lindsay Hill
  • The man in the open doorway ; Eastern standard time ; Money
  • M. Dana Gioia
  • A California ad man celebrates his art
  • David Alpaugh
  • Happy endings ; Job hunting ; Loophole ; Computer lab
  • Virtual romance
  • Miriam Goodman
  • My work
  • Tina Quinn Durham
  • White collar
  • David Del Bourgo
  • Day after the market crash, San Francisco, October, 1987
  • Charles Entrekin
  • From the warehouse
  • C.B. Follett
  • Outplacement blues ; Pinstripe suit
Control code
25517252
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xix, 314 pages
Isbn
9781880708002
Lccn
91067284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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