Ambrose Bierce, “Working for an Empress”
W.E.B. Du Bois, “The Souls of White Folk”
Margaret Ann Caldwell, “The Assassination of Senator Charles Caldwell”
John Fisher, “I First Saw the Ruins of Dunkerque”
Dashiell Hammett, “Zigzags of Treachery”
Mary Wilkins Freeman, “Luella Miller”
Henry James, “The After-Season in Rome”
Nancy Hale, “Those Are as Brothers”
Shirley Jackson, “The Night We All Had Grippe”
John Burroughs, “Wild Life about My Cabin”
Carolyn Brown, “The VW Years”
Henry A. May, “Influenza on a Troopship”
Kate Chopin, “Cavanelle”
Ring Lardner, “Quick Returns”
Joseph Warren, “The Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, 1770”
Constance Fenimore Woolson, “Solomon”
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