The Caliph of Bagdad: Being Arabian Nights Flashes of the Life, Letters, and Work of O. Henry

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THE CALIPH OF BAGDAD
BEING ARABIAN NIGHTS FLASHES OF THE LIFE, LETTERS, AND WORK OF O. HENRY

WILLIAM SYDNEY PORTER

ROBERT H. DAVISand ARTHUR B. MAURICE

D. APPLETON AND COMPANY

NEW YORK LONDON MCMXXXI

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • PART I - ALADDIN 1
  • I - A BOYHOOD IN RECONSTRUCTION DAYS 3
  • II - HEARTS OF THE WEST 18
  • III - A YOUNG MAN IN AUSTIN 39
  • IV - ATHOL 53
  • V - BOHEMIA 71
  • PART II - SINBAD 89
  • VI - LAND OF THE LOTUS-EATERS 91
  • VII - THE PERSISTING ENIGMA 110
  • VIII - MARGARET 119
  • IX - THE DARK HOUR 137
  • X - RESIGNATION 155
  • PART III - HAROUN 171
  • XI - THE DISCOVERY OF BAGDAD 173
  • XII - DISCOVERERS OF O. HENRY--RICHARD DUFFY'S NARRATIVE *
  • XIII - BOB DAVIS RECALLS: BEING PERSONAL FLASHLIGHTS *
  • Xiv Flashlights in Correspondence 219
  • XV - PROMISES AND EVASIONS 246
  • XVI - HAROUN IN HIS GOLDEN PRIME 260
  • XVII - BAGDAD DAYS AND BAGDAD NIGHTS 284
  • PART IV - SCHEHEREZADE 311
  • XVIII - CONCERNING THE STORIES AND THEIR STORIES 313
  • XIX - THE BAGDAD THAT THE CALIPH KNEW 335
  • XX - MORE THAT BOB DAVIS RECALLS 347
  • XXI - THE WIDE APPEAL OF O. HENRY 374
  • XXII - O. HENRY AND THE STAGE 380
  • XXIV - BOB DAVIS AT THE GRAVE OF THE CALIPH 399
  • Index 403
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