O Henry Short Stories Folio Society 1960


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O Henry Short Stories

O. Henry was the pen name of William Sydney Porter, an American short story writer who is known for his tales about the life of ordinary people, especially in New York. His stories generally expressed the effect of coincidence on character through humour, grim or irony. Above anything else, he is known for his surprise endings

The eighteen short stories include; The Passing of Black Eagle; The Shamrock and the Palm; The Princess and the Puma; The Cop and the Anthem; The Gift of the Magi and many more.


  • Folio Society First Impression No. 144
  • Publisher Folio Society, London; 1960
  • Brown Cloth Hardback, 222 pp
  • Drawings by Paul Hogarth
  • Size <230 x 150mm, 750g/li>

Condition: Very Good – Missing Slipcase, Book Is A Fine Copy

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Weight 0.75 kg


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