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  - LemonLinda - Goodreads

The collection of O. Henry's best short stories starts off with his most famous one , "The Gift of the Magi", which I have loved for many years. I really did not know what to expect from the rest of ... Read full review

Review: The Best Short Stories of O. Henry

User Review  - Christian - Goodreads

Prior to reading this collection, my only association with O. Henry was the famous 'Gift of the Magi' which has spawned innumerable replications, homages, references, and allusions. I was moved to ... Read full review

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