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Sixes and sevens (1911)

by O. Henry

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Contents:
The Last of the Troubadours
The Sleuths
Witches' Loaves
The Pride of the Cities
Holding up a Train
Ulysses and the Dogman
The Champion of the Weather
Makes the Whole World Kin
At Arms with Morpheus
A Ghost of a Chance
Jimmy Hayes and Muriel
The Door of Unrest
The Duplicity of Hargraves
Let Me Feel Your Pulse
October and June
The Church with an Overshot Wheel
New York by Campfire Light
The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes
The Lady Higher Up
The Greater Coney
Law and Order
Transformation of Martin Burney
The Caliph and the Cad
The Diamond of Kali
The Day We Celebrate
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Sixes and Sevens presents 25 classic short stories by master storyteller O. Henry. The short pieces display his usual characteristics of wit and twists but also are notable for their graceful language, optimistic worldview, and warm characterizations. This collection includes such stories as The Last of the Troubadours" and The Sleuths."… (more)

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