E. O. Wilson, “Krakatau”
Elizabeth Spencer, “A Southern Landscape”
Dashiell Hammett, “The Gutting of Couffignal”
O. Henry, “A Retrieved Reformation”
Maria Carter, “The Murder of John Walthall”
Edith Wharton, “The Other Two”
Mark Twain, “The Killing of Julius Caesar, Localized”
Henry James, “The Real Thing”
Joan Didion, “L.A. Noir”
Charles E. Van Loan, “Baseball as the Bleachers Like It”
Robert Frost, “In the Home Stretch”
W. O. McGeehan, “Gertrude Ederle vs. the Channel”
Jean Stafford, “Children Are Bored on Sunday”
Zora Neale Hurston, “Spunk”
Theodore Roosevelt, “Enjoying the Presidency”
Kate Chopin, “A Shameful Affair”
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