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really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating details ·  58 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews present you this new edition. When The Rose of Dixie magazine was started by a stock company in Toombs City, Georgia, there was never but one candidate for its chief editorial position in the minds of its owners. Col. Aquila Telfair was the man for the place. By all the rights of learning, family, reputation, and Southern traditions, he was its foreordained, fi ...more
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Published September 15th 2010 by Pubone.Info (first published 1909)
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Henry, O.
The Complete Works of O. Henry

In compilation only.

1) "The Rose of Dixie"
2) The Third Ingredient
3) The Hiding of Black Bill
4) Schools and Schools
5) Thimble, Thimble
6) Supply and Demand
7) Buried Treasure
8) To Him Who Waits
9) He also Serves
10) The Moment of Victory
11) The Head-Hunter
12) No Story
13) The Higher Pragmatism
14) Best-Seller
15) Rus in Urbe
16) A Poor Rule
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1918 edition by Doubleday
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No one writes short stories like O. Henry. This collection does have several too-similar stories, but it's still an enjoyable read.
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Anyone serious about short stories should not miss O. Henry's work!
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William Sydney Porter lends the pen name "O. Henry" to surprise endings signed officially as Sydney Porter. His biography shows where he found inspiration for his characters. Their voices and his language were products of his era.

He was born 1862 Greensboro, North Carolina. When he was three years old, his mother died from tuberculosis. He left school at fifteen, worked five years in his uncle's d
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