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O'Brien, Edward J, Ed.: The Best British Short Stories of 1922. V1. 4 Mar 2010

Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1890 - 1941) was a U.S. author, poet, editor and anthologist.He was noted for compiling an annual collection of short stories by U.S. authors.

WHERE WAS WYCH STREET?, by Stacy Aumonier
THE OLIVE, by Algernon Blackwood
ONCE A HERO, by Harold Brighouse
THE PENSIONER, by William Caine
BROADSHEET BALLAD, by A. E. Coppard
THE CHRISTMAS PRESENT, by Richmal Crompton
"GENIUS", by Elinor Mordaunt
THE DEVIL TO PAY, by Max Pemberton
EMPTY ARMS, by Roland Pertwee
LENA WRACE, by May Sinclair
THE WOMAN WHO SAT STILL, by Parry Truscott
MAJOR WILBRAHAM, By Hugh Walpole
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