The Best Short Stories of 1920

by Various Authors

The Other Woman.
By Sherwood Anderson

Gargoyle.
By Edwina Stanton Babcock

Ghitza.
By Konrad Bercovici

The Life of Five Points.
By Edna Clare Bryner

The Signal Tower.
By Wadsworth Camp

The Parting Genius.
By Helen Coale Crew

Habakkuk.
By Katharine Fullerton Gerould

The Judgment of Vulcan.
By Lee Foster Hartman

The Stick-in-the-Muds.
By Rupert Hughes

His Job.
By Grace Sartwell Mason

The Rending.
By James Oppenheim

The Dummy-Chucker.
By Arthur Somers Roche

Butterflies.
By Rose Sidney

The Rotter.
By Fleta Campbell Springer

Out of Exile.
By Wilbur Daniel Steele

The Three Telegrams.
By Ethel Storm

The Roman Bath.
By John T. Wheelwright

Amazement.
By Stephen French Whitman

Sheener.
By Ben Ames Williams

Turkey Red.
By Frances Gilchrist Wood

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