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O. Henry Short Stories (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

Release date: 1 March 2020
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Compiled in this volume are the riches of American best storyteller, o Henry. He composed more th... Read More

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Compiled in this volume are the riches of American best storyteller, o Henry. He composed more than six hundred stories in his lifetime. Out of these, seventy stories have been compiled in this exquisitely designed classic leather-bound edition, including some of his masterpieces, such as ‘the gift of the Magi,’ ‘The ransom of the Red chief,’ ‘a retrieved information,’ ‘The duplicity of hargraves,’ and ‘an unfinished story,’ among others.

 

Product Details

Title: O. Henry Short Stories (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)
Author: O. Henry
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
SKU: BK0446961
EAN: 9789389931143
Number Of Pages: 664
Language: English
Binding: Hardcover
Country Of Origin: India
Release date: 1 March 2020

About Author

William Sidney Porter, known by the pseudonym O. Henry, was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, in September 1862. He devoted a lot of time to books as a child and became an enthusiastic reader at a very young age. The pseudonym ‘O. Henry’ first appeared over the story ‘Whistling Dick’s Christmas Stocking,’ which was published in the December 1899 issue of McClures’s Magazine. Cabbages and Kings (1904) was his first collection of short stories. With witty narrations and surprise endings, his stories won the hearts of his readers. The Four Million, his second collection of short stories, was published in 1906. His other collections of short stories include The Trimmed Lamp (1907), Heart of the West (1907), The Voice of the City (1908), The Gentle Grafter (1908), Roads of Destiny (1909), Options (1909), Strictly Business (1910), and Whirligigs (1910). Sixes and Sevens (1911), Rolling Stones (1912), and Waifs and Strays (1917) were published posthumously.

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