His Composed Stories
Stories of O. Henry often have astonishing conclusions. During his days, he was recognized as the American reply to Guy de Maupassant. Equally the writers composed stratagem twist conclusions; however stories of O. Henry were too much playful. His stories are too recognized for clever describing.
The majority of stories of O. Henry are placed in his individual point of time, the premature 20th century. Several took place in the New York City and deal mostly with the ordinary people: waitresses, clerks, policemen, etc.
Work of O. Henry is extensive, and his characters might be found wandering about the cattle-lands of the Texas, exploring the skill of con-men, or looking into the anxieties of rank and riches in the turn-of-the-century of New York. O. Henry had an unique hand for separating some component of the social order and recounting it with an unbelievable financial system and elegance of language. Few of his most excellent and least-recognized work is enclosed in the Cabbages and Kings, a sequence of tales each one of which discovers several individual characteristic of life in the paralytically drowsy town of Central American, even as advancing few aspects of the superior stratagem and linking back one to the other.
Cabbages and Kings was his earliest compilation of narrations, subsequent to The Four Million. He had a noticeable fondness in favor of the city, which he used to call the ""Bagdad-on-the-Subway,"" and a lot of his stories are positioned there—whereas others are positioned in the small townships or in further cities.
A prestigious annual prize, the O. Henry Award, is named after William Sydney Porter and awarded to the excellent short stories....