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The Best Short Stories of 1915

And the Yearbook of the American Short Story

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 107,540 / 317 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 47.9
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 1,993
Added to site: 2007.01.08 15756


    Introduction. By the Editor

    The Water-Hole. By Maxwell Struthers Burt
    (From Scribner’s Magazine)

    The Wake. By Donn Byrne
    (From Harper’s Magazine)

    Chautonville. By Will Levington Comfort
    (From The Masses)

    La Dernière Mobilisation. By W.A. Dwiggins
    (From The Fabulist)

    The Citizen. By James Francis Dwyer
    (From Collier’s Weekly)

    Whose Dog—? By Frances Gregg
    (From The Forum)

    Life. By Ben Hecht
    (From The Little Review)

    T.B. By Fannie Hurst
    (From The Saturday Evening Post)

    Mr. Eberdeen’s House. By Arthur Johnson
    (From The Century)

    Vengeance is Mine. By Virgil Jordan
    (From Everybody’s Magazine)

    The Weaver Who Clad the Summer. By Harris Merton Lyon
    (From The Illustrated Sunday Magazine)

    Heart of Youth. By Walter J. Muilenburg
    (From The Midland)

    The End of the Path. By Newbold Noyes
    (From Every Week)

    The Whale and the Grasshopper. By Seumas O’Brien
    (From The Illustrated Sunday Magazine)

    In Berlin. By Mary Boyle O’Reilly
    (From The Boston Daily Advertiser)

    The Waiting Years. By Katharine Metcalf Roof
    (From The Century Magazine)

    Zelig. By Benjamin Rosenblatt
    (From The Bellman)

    The Survivors. By Elsie Singmaster
    (From The Outlook)

    The Yellow Cat. By Wilbur Daniel Steele
    (From Harper’s Magazine)

    The Bounty-Jumper. By Mary Synon
    (From Scribner’s Magazine)

    The Yearbook of the American Short Story for 1914 and 1915



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