Classic Fiction


Most Popular Post Classic Fiction of 2016

In the Saturday Evening Post’s nearly 200-year history, we have published some amazing fiction by prominent authors. Here is a list of the short stories you visited most often in 2016. More

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The Fir Tree

“Now I shall live!” it cried joyfully, spreading wide its branches. But, alas, they were all withered and yellow; and it lay in a corner More

Garm – A Hostage

This week's classic fiction is coming all the way from 1899. Set in the Indian foothills of the Himalayas, "Garm — A Hostage" follows a More

A Political Animal

The city was devastated by flood, and everybody was struggling to salvage its treasures. This was Franco's chance to get away from his wife, to More

An African-American woman sits before a judge
The Conscience of the Court

In 1950s Jacksonville, Laura Lee Kimble stands accused of beating a man nearly to death. Author Zora Neale Hurston tells her story of speaking truth More

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