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The Four Million, a collection of twenty-five short stories by O. Henry (William Sydney Porter, 1862-1910), appeared in 1906 to largely laudatory reviews in the Atlantic Monthly, the Critic, the New York Times, and the Independent, among other publications. It contains three of O. Henry's most famous stories, "The Gift of the Magi," "The Cop and the Anthem," and "The Furnished Room." O. Henry was called a "born storyteller" and was praised as "the American Maupassant." In addition to the famous French short story writer Guy ...

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