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It was during this time that he began to have his first stories published. He later moved to New York and began writing stories in earnest. Some of his most famous stories include "Gift of the Magi" and "The Caballero's Way" which introduced the character, the Cisco Kid. The more than stories written by O. Henry provided an embarrassment of riches for the compilers of this volume. The final selection of the thirty-eight stories in this collection offers for the reader’s delight those tales honored almost unanimously by anthologists and those that represent, in variety and balance, the best work of America’s favorite storyteller. The Best Short Stories of O. Henry: 38 Complete Stories Covering the Full Range of His Talent and Including All That Are Best K Henry, O.; Cerf, Bennett A., and Cartmell, Van H. (Joint Editors) Published by Modern Library (). The absolute best O. Henry stories of all time, ranked by the community's votes. This list has the most popular stories written by American writer O. Henry, and includes related images and first published information as well. O. Henry, the pen name of William Sydney .
"The Gift of the Magi" is the signature O. Henry story, probably his most famous tale which recounts a poor young couple who both give up a prized possession in order to purchase a gift for one another - but ironically a gift intended to complement the other's prized possession that 5/5(5). The Ransom of Red Chief, and Other O. Henry Stories for Boys. O. Henry $ - $ O. Henry Short Stories After Twenty Years | 1, words. A policeman makes his rounds, checking that the shop doors are secured for the night, Brickdust Row | 2, words. Blinker is a wealthy landowner and landlord. He decides to go to Coney Island. On the ferry By Courier | 1, words. The more than stories written by O. Henry provided an embarrassment of riches for the compilers of this final selection of the thirty-eight stories in this collection offers for the reader's delight those tales honored almost unanimously by anthologists and those that represent, in variety and balance, the best work of America's favorite are tales in his most mellow, humorous, and ironic /5.
O'Henry's short stories, most of which originally appeared in newspapers and magazines, were published as 13 separate collections between and This EBook arranges them in this way, with a table of contents that lets you jump to each book, and in each book a table of /5(62). In O. Henry arrived in New York—his “Bagdad on the Subway.” From December to January he produced a story a week for the New York World, writing also for magazines. His first book, Cabbages and Kings (), depicted fantastic characters against exotic Honduran backgrounds. O'Henry's stories are set in mansions and slums, teeming cities and desolate frontiers. Stories of grand adventure, thrilling romance, gripping suspense, hilarious comedy. Stories about turns of fate, twists of destiny, accidents of chance and always. always, endless surprises! The tales of O'Henry--stories as life Edition: Unabridged. A master of irony and wordplay, O. Henry's short stories are filled with wit and humor. With plot turns, unexpected climaxes, and deep insights into human nature, O. Henry stories continue to touch the hearts of readers. This collection includes the classic "The Gift of the Magi". pages, softcover.