|The short-story differs essentially from all the longer forms of fiction because its brevity forces the writer to confine himself to a single one of the three elements which the author of a novel may combine at his pleasure. These three elements are the plot, the characters, and the setting.|
|—Appendix to The Short-Story|
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- The Oxford Book of American Essays (1914)
Thirty-two essays on topics literary, political and humorous spanning over a century of this form’s development in America.
- The Short-Story (1907)
Thenty-three classic short stories from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century.
- ARTICLE IN BOOK
- Writers of Familiar Verse.
From Volume XVI, Chapter XXIII of the Cambridge History of English and American Literature.
- WRITING ABOUT MATTHEWS
- “Brander Matthews.”
From Volume XVII, Chapter XVIII of the Cambridge History of English and American Literature.