Vincent O'Sullivan (American writer)  

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Vincent O'Sullivan (November 28, 1868 – July 18, 1940) was an American-born short story writer, poet and critic.

Works

  • Poems (1896).
  • A Book of Bargains (1896) [1].
  • The Houses of Sin (1897).
  • The Green Window (1899).
  • A Dissertation Upon Second Fiddles (1902).
  • Human Affairs (1907).
  • The Good Girl (1912).
  • Sentiment and Other Stories (1913).
  • Aspects of Wilde (1936).
  • Opinions (1959).




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