The best short stories of O. Henry

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Cambridge Adult Education, Jan 1, 1995 - Fiction - 72 pages
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The Cambridge Readers offer compelling stories that will open up the world of reading for students. The readers contain highly entertaining short stories and adapted classics representing a variety of genres, with a blend of light instruction to keep students motivated. From romance to science fiction and from American history to popular science, the Cambridge Readers will provide hours of interesting and age appropriate reading to ABE students.

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Review: The Best Short Stories of O. Henry

User Review  - Giuliana - Goodreads

Tried my best to read this for book club but had a hard time and didn't finish it. O. Henry was a trailblazer in his day, and is considered the grandfather of the short story and the twist ending ... Read full review

Review: The Best Short Stories of O. Henry

User Review  - Satish Jha - Goodreads

It is hard to believe Saki and O Henry were contemporaries. Chekhov fine he was of different school. But the detailed often ruffian characters and clever plot of O Henry with the setting in a different land miraculously complement the fluid prose and more commonplace setting of Saki Read full review

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