58 Short Stories: Comprising Heart of the West, The Voice of the City, The Gentle Grafter

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58 SHORT STORIES comprising HEART OF THE WEST THE VOICE OF THE CITY THE GENTLE GRAFTER

O. HENRY

With an Introduction by GEOFFREY MOORE

COLLINS

LONDON AND GLASGOW

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • O. Henry (william Sidney Porter) 5
  • Contents 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Heart of the West 17
  • Contents 18
  • Hearts and Crosses 19
  • The Ransom of Mack 29
  • Telemachus, Friend 34
  • The Handbook of Hymen 40
  • The Handbook of Hymen 49
  • Seats of the Haughty 58
  • Hygeia at the Solito 69
  • An Afternoon Miracle 80
  • Cupid À La Carte 107
  • The Caballero's Way 121
  • The Missing Chord 143
  • The Princess and the Puma 155
  • The Indian Summer of Dry Valley Johnson 160
  • The Indian Summer of Dry Valley Johnson 166
  • The Indian Summer of Dry Valley Johnson 176
  • The Reformation of Calliope 184
  • The Voice of the City 191
  • Contents 192
  • The Voice of the City 193
  • The Complete Life of John Hopkins 197
  • A Lickpenny Lover 202
  • Dougherty's Eye-Opener 207
  • Little Speck in Garnered Fruit 211
  • Little Speck in Garnered Fruit 216
  • Little Speck in Garnered Fruit 220
  • A Comedy in Rubber 225
  • One Thousand Dollars 228
  • One Thousand Dollars 233
  • The Shocks of Doom 239
  • The Plutonian Fire 244
  • Nemesis and the Candy Man 249
  • Squaring the Circle 254
  • Squaring the Circle 257
  • Squaring the Circle 262
  • Squaring the Circle 266
  • Squaring the Circle 270
  • Transients in Arcadia 277
  • The Rathskeller and the Rose 281
  • The Clarion Call 286
  • Extradited from Bohemia 292
  • A Philistine in Bohemia 297
  • A Philistine in Bohemia 301
  • A Philistine in Bohemia 307
  • The Gentle Grafter 315
  • Contents 316
  • The Octopus Marooned 317
  • Jeff Peters as a Personal Magnet 322
  • Modern Rural Sports 328
  • The Chair of Philanthromathematics 333
  • The Chair of Philanthromathematics 339
  • The Exact Science of Matrimony 344
  • A Midsummer Masquerade 349
  • A Midsummer Masquerade 354
  • Innocents of Broadway 359
  • Conscience in Art 364
  • Conscience in Art 369
  • Conscience in Art 380
  • Conscience in Art 405
  • Index to Short Stories 414
  • Bibliography 416
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