Whirligigs by O. Henry

Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. WHIRLIGIGS by O. HENRY CONTENTS I. THE WORLD AND THE DOOR II. THE THEORY AND THE HOUND III. THE HYPOTHESES OF FAILURE IV. CALLOWAY’S CODE V. A MATTER OF MEAN ELEVATION VI. “GIRL”

Waifs and Strays [Part 1] by O Henry

Waifs and Strays by O Henry PART I TWELVE STORIES CONTENTS The Red Roses of Tonia Round The Circle The Rubber Plant’s Story Out of Nazareth Confessions of a Humorist The Sparrows in Madison Square Hearts and Hands The Cactus The Detective Detector The Dog and the Playlet A Little Talk About Mobs The Snow

The Trimmed Lamp by O. Henry

and revised by Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. THE TRIMMED LAMP And Other Stories of the Four Million By O. HENRY CONTENTS THE TRIMMED LAMP A MADISON SQUARE ARABIAN NIGHT THE RUBAIYAT OF A SCOTCH HIGHBALL THE PENDULUM TWO THANKSGIVING DAY GENTLEMEN THE ASSESSOR OF SUCCESS THE BUYER FROM CACTUS CITY THE BADGE OF POLICEMAN O’ROON

The Gentle Grafter by O. Henry

Etext prepared by John Bickers, jbickers@templar.actrix.gen.nz and Dagny, dagnyj@hotmail.com The Gentle Grafter by O. Henry CONTENTS I. The Octopus Marooned II. Jeff Peters as a Personal Magnet III. Modern Rural Sports IV. The Chair of Philanthromathematics V. The Hand That Riles the World VI. The Exact Science of Matrimony VII. A Midsummer Masquerade VIII. Shearing

The Four Million by O Henry

The Four Million by O Henry ~Not very long ago some one invented the assertion that there were only “Four Hundred” people in New York City who were really worth noticing. But a wiser man has arisen–the census taker–and his larger estimate of human interest has been preferred in marking out the field of these

Strictly Business by O. Henry

Joseph E. Loewenstein, M.D. STRICTLY BUSINESS More Stories of the Four Million by O. HENRY CONTENTS I. STRICTLY BUSINESS II. THE GOLD THAT GLITTERED III. BABES IN THE JUNGLE IV. THE DAY RESURGENT V. THE FIFTH WHEEL VI. THE POET AND THE PEASANT VII. THE ROBE OF PEACE VIII. THE GIRL AND THE GRAFT IX.

Stories from Everybody’s Magazine

These are stories from Everybody’s Magazine, 1910 issues. Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software donated by Caere Corporation, 1-800-535-7226. Contact Mike Lough Vol. XXIII No.1 JULY 1910 THE LAYING OF THE MONSTER BY THEODOSIA GARRISON Dorothea reposed with her shoulders in the shade of the bulkhead and her bare feet burrowing in

Sixes and Sevens by O Henry

gburleson@yahoo.com CONTENTS I THE LAST OF THE TROUBADOURS II THE SLEUTHS III WITCHES’ LOAVES IV THE PRIDE OF THE CITIES V HOLDING UP A TRAIN VI ULYSSES AND THE DOGMAN VII THE CHAMPION OF THE WEATHER VIII MAKES THE WHOLE WORLD KIN IX AT ARMS WITH MORPHEUS X THE GHOST OF A CHANCE XI JIMMIE

Roads of Destiny by O. Henry

Etext prepared by John Bickers, jbickers@templar.actrix.gen.nz and Dagny, dagnyj@hotmail.com ROADS OF DESTINY by O. Henry CONTENTS I. Roads of Destiny II. The Guardian of the Accolade III. The Discounters of Money IV. The Enchanted Profile V. “Next to Reading Matter” VI. Art and the Bronco VII. Phoebe VIII. A Double-dyed Deceiver IX. The Passing of

Heart of the West by O. Henry

Etext prepared by John Bickers, jbickers@templar.actrix.gen.nz and Dagny, dagnyj@hotmail.com See also eBook #13094 HEART OF THE WEST by O. Henry CONTENTS I. Hearts and Crosses II. The Ransom of Mack III. Telemachus, Friend IV. The Handbook of Hymen V. The Pimienta Pancakes VI. Seats of the Haughty VII. Hygeia at the Solito VIII. An Afternoon

Cabbages and Kings by O Henry

Italicized text is bracketed by ~’s. CABBAGES AND KINGS by O Henry Contents The Proem “Fox-in-the-Morning” The Lotus and the Bottle Smith Caught Cupid’s Exile Number Two The Phonograph and the Graft Money Maze The Admiral The Flag Paramount The Shamrock and the Palm The Remnants of the Code Shoes Ships Masters of Arts Dicky

The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry

One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it was in pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by bulldozing the grocer and the vegetable man and the butcher until one’s cheeks burned with the silent imputation of parsimony that such close dealing implied. Three times Della counted it.
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