The Four Million

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The Four Million
"Mammon and the Archer" from the collection The Four Million by O. Henry, read by Marian Brown
Author O. Henry
Country United States
Language English
Genre Frame story, Short Stories
Publication date
1906
Media type Print (serial)
ISBN N/A
Preceded by Cabbages and Kings

The Four Million is the second published collection of short stories by O. Henry originally released in 1906. There are twenty five stories of various lengths including several of his best known works such as "The Gift of the Magi" and "The Cop and the Anthem". The book's title refers to the then population of New York City where many of the stories are set.

Contents[edit]

  • Tobin's Palm
  • The Gift of the Magi
  • A Cosmopolite in a Cafe
  • Between Rounds
  • The Skylight Room
  • A Service of Love
  • The Coming-Out of Maggie
  • Man About Town
  • The Cop and the Anthem
  • An Adjustment of Nature
  • Memoirs of a Yellow Dog
  • The Love-Philtre of Ikey Schoenstein
  • Mammon and the Archer
  • Springtime à la Carte
  • The Green Door
  • From the Cabby's Seat
  • An Unfinished Story
  • The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock
  • Sisters of the Golden Circle
  • The Romance of a Busy Broker
  • After Twenty Years
  • Lost on Dress Parade
  • By Courier
  • The Furnished Room
  • The Brief Debut of Tildy

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