Classic Fiction

American soldiers in the trenches during the Spanish-American War

The Second Generation, by Stephen Crane

Stephen Crane, author of The Red Badge of Courage, wrote several short stories for the Post. One of them, "The Second Generation", was written to commemorate the second anniversary of the Spanish-American War. More

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The mobsters would kill him if they ever caught on to his game. He was betting his life they wouldn't. More

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Jack London grew up an impoverished, illegitimate child in the slums of Oakland, CA, to become arguably the most successful writer of the early 20th More

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow—a contemporary of Sam Houston—is one of the most American of our poets. Certainly he is better known than most, even if all More

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Paul Gallico’s (1897 — 1976) stories appeared in the Post from 1931 to 1959. Of all these stories, and all of his works, his best More

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Leading American poets explore the human heart. (December 31m 1966-January 7,1967 More

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After being fired from Vanity Fair, Dorothy Parker began freelancing her humor. The Post was one of the magazines that recognized her skills and published More

The End of Devil Hawker

To celebrate Sherlock Holmes' return to the big screen, we present a classic Post short story written by his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. More

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In the business stories he wrote for the Post, Sinclair Lewis satirized the short-sighted, self-serving pomposity within American business.  More

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