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Classic American Short Stories, Volume 2  Hörbuch

Classic American Short Stories, Volume 2

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The Lost Phoebe by Theodore DreiserAn old midwestern farmer tries to adjust himself to his new life as a widower.

To Build a Fire by Jack LondonA young man in Alaska elects to go on a cross country journey in mid-winter against the advice of older, more experienced men.

The Long Way Out by F. Scott FitzgeraldA woman loses her husband while convalescing at a sanitarium.

The Wonderful Tar Baby by Joel Chandler Harris: An Old South story of the eternal battle of wits between rabbit and fox.

The Coup de Grace by Ambrose BierceIn wartime, personal animosities are usually set aside so as not to interfere with the business of war.

A White Heron by Sarah Orne JewettThe delicate story of a young New England girl's infatuation with a stranger and a strange bird.

After the Storm by Ernest HemingwaySet in Key West, an adventurer tells his tale of a drunken fight during a hurricane.

The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen CraneThis hilarious tale describes what happens when the sheriff of a west Texas town comes home with a brand new eastern bride.

The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan PoeA gothic horror story by a master writer.

Torch Song by John CheeverA woman's repeated efforts to help a variety of strange men seem to coincide with her own inability to form a meaningful relationship.

The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret HarteThis is a humorous, poignant tale of a group of exiles from a California mining town who get caught up in a blizzard while en route to a nearby settlement.

Rip Van Winkle by Washington IrvingPossibly America's most famous short story, this early fairy tale set in our colonial past is easily one of the most popular short stories ever written.

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