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O. Henry

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Money or love? Which is more important in life? Can money buy anything? Can it help a young man top marry the girl he loves? Does money really make people happy, or does it just cause problems?
We all know how difficult love can be. When you meet someone you like, there are so many things that can go wrong, sometimes because you are trying too hard, sometimes because of a misunderstanding.
These four plays about money, love and life are adapted from short stories written a hundred years ago by the great American storyteller O. Henry. Henry had his own difficulties with money and loneliness, and wrote from personal experience.

One Thousand Dollars and Other Plays

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