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The Best British Short Stories of 1922

By Obrien, Edward J.

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Title: The Best British Short Stories of 1922  
Author: Obrien, Edward J.
Language: English
Subject: Literature & thought, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
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O'brien And John Cournos, E. J. (n.d.). The Best British Short Stories of 1922. Retrieved from

Grateful acknowledgement for permission to include the stories and other material in this volume is made to the following authors, editors, literary agents, and publishers: To the Editor of The Saturday Evening Post, the Editor of The Dial, the Editor of The Freeman, the Editor of The English Review, the Editor of The Century Magazine, the Editor of Harpers? Bazar, the Editor of The Ladies? Home Journal, the Editor of The Chicago Tribune Syndicate Service, Alfred A. Knopf, The Golden Cockerel Press, B.W. Huebsch, The Talbot Press, Dodd, Mead and Co., Stacy Aumonier, J.D. Beresford, Algernon Blackwood, Harold Brighouse, William Caine, A.E. Coppard, Miss R.C. Lamburn, Walter de la Mare, Miss Dorothy Easton, Miss May Edginton, John Galsworthy, Alan Graham, Holloway Horn, Rowland Kenney, Miss Rosamond Langbridge, Mrs. Mary St. Leger Harrison, Mrs. J. Middleton Murry, Mrs. Elinor Mordaunt, Max Pemberton, Roland Pertwee, Miss May Sinclair, Sidney Southgate, Mrs. Geoffrey Holdsworth, Mrs. Basil Hargrave, and Hugh Walpole; to Curtis Brown, Ltd., as agent for Stacy Aumonier, May Edginton, Elinor Mordaunt, Roland Pertwee, and May Sinclair; to J.B. Pinker as agent for J.D. Beresford, Walter de la Mare, John Galsworthy, G.B. Stern, and Hugh Walpole; to A.P. Watt and Son as agent for Algernon Blackwood and Lucas Malet; to Andrew H. Dakers as agent for A.E. Coppard; to Cotterill and Cromb as agent for Alan Graham; and to Christy and Moore, Ltd., as agent for Holloway Horn.

Table of Contents
CONTENTS 3 INTRODUCTION WHERE WAS WYCH STREET? By Stacy Aumonier (From The Strand Magazine and The Saturday Evening Post) THE LOOKING-GLASS. By J.D. Beresford (From The Cornhill Magazine) THE OLIVE. By Algernon Blackwood (From Pearson's Magazine, London) ONCE A HERO. By Harold Brighouse (From Pan) THE PENSIONER. By William Caine (From The Graphic) BROADSHEET BALLAD. By A.E. Coppard (From The Dial) THE CHRISTMAS PRESENT. By Richmal Crompton (From Truth) SEATON'S AUNT. By Walter de la Mare (From The London Mercury) THE REAPER. By Dorothy Easton (From The English Review) THE SONG. By May Edginton (From Lloyd's Story Magazine) A HEDONIST. By John Galsworthy (From Pears' Annual, 1921 and The Century Magazine) THE BAT AND BELFRY INN. By Alan Graham (From The Story-Teller) THE LIE. By Holloway Horn (From The Blue Magazine) A GIRL IN IT. By Rowland Kenney (From The New Age) THE BACKSTAIRS OF THE MIND. By Rosamond Langbridge (From The Manchester Guardian) THE BIRTH OF A MASTERPIECE. By Lucas Malet (From The Story-Teller) GENIUS. By Elinor Mordaunt 4


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