Rolling Stones (short story collection, Henry)

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Rolling Stones
1919
Summary of the Collection of Short Stories
Microsummary: A collection of short stories by O. Henry, some written at the height of his powers and popularity, exploring themes of adventure, humor, and life in the American Rockies and Texas, complete with illustrations and poetry.

The Dream

The Dream (Henry)

A Ruler of Men

A Ruler of Men (Henry)

The Atavism of John Tom Little Bear

The Atavism of John Tom Little Bear (Henry)

Helping the Other Fellow

Helping the Other Fellow (Henry)

The Marionettes

The Marionettes (Henry)

The Marquis and Miss Sally

The Marquis and Miss Sally (Henry)

A Fog in Santone

A Fog in Santone (Henry)

The Friendly Call

The Friendly Call (Henry)

A Dinner at _____

A Dinner at (Henry)

Sound and Fury

Sound and Fury (Henry)

Tictocq

Tictocq (Henry)

Tracked to Doom

Tracked to Doom (Henry)

A Snapshot at the President

A Snapshot at the President (Henry)

An Unfinished Christmas Story

An Unfinished Christmas Story (Henry)

The Unprofitable Servant

The Unprofitable Servant (Henry)

Aristocracy Versus Hash

Aristocracy Versus Hash (Henry)

The Prisoner of Zembla

The Prisoner of Zembla (Henry)

A Strange Story

A Strange Story (Henry)

Fickle Fortune or How Gladys Hustled

Fickle Fortune or How Gladys Hustled (Henry)

An Apology

An Apology (Henry)

Lord Oakhurst’s Curse

Lord Oakhurst’s Curse (Henry)

Bexar Scrip No. 2692

Bexar Scrip No. 2692 (Henry)

Queries and Answers

Queries and Answers (Henry)