Here are sixteen of the best stories by one of America's most popular storytellers. For nearly a century, the work of O. Henry has delighted readers with its humor, irony and colorful, real-life settings. Though his work earned him an avid readership, O. Henry died in poverty and oblivion scarcely eight years after his arrival in New York. But in the treasury of stories he left behind are such classics of the genre as The Gift of the Magi, The Last Leaf, The Ransom of Red Chief, The Voice of the City, and The Cop and the Anthem - all included in this choice selection.
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