O. Henry

NOUN
  1. United States writer of short stories whose pen name was O. Henry (1862-1910)
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How To Use O. Henry In A Sentence

  • Watch for a very different picture by mid-2010 ... or at least I hope so. henry Poll: Stimulus not working
  • The short story has made little technical advance since the first successes of "O. Henry," though the talent of many observers has dealt with new material offered by the racial characteristics of European immigrants and by new phases of commerce and industry. The American Spirit in Literature : a chronicle of great interpreters
  • He claims to be flattered that I called his book on O. Henry a 'yeomanlike piece of work.' Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • He used the name O. Henry, which he possibly borrowed from a prison guard named Orrin Henry. His Writers' Workshop? A Prison Cell
  • Harte, and "O. Henry," the comparative poverty of rich understanding humor in American fiction is remarkable. The Best Short Stories of 1920 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story
  • In 1910, author William Sydney Porter, who'd written short stories under the pen name "O. Henry," died in New York at 47. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • Under the pen name "O. Henry", he wrote a tale that demonstrates what the essence of real giving is. RISMedia
  • [This is the kind of waggish editorial O. Henry was writing in 1894 for the readers of _The Rolling Stone_. Rolling Stones
  • You know there're some other terrific stories by O. Henry.
  • This is true even in a surprise ending, such as O. Henry delights in. Short Stories of Various Types
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