The son that I would have had
I had not had a son and I met the son that I would have had if I had had a son.
One hundred envelopes
The dead man, who had expected death, cried out in the other world, with rage, indignation and sorrow.
The snow man
The Square was at afternoon ; snow fell: straight, monotonous, unflurried ; it made little cones on the tops of posts, it made hawsers out of wires, it amplified every twig on every tree, it made the roofs look thatched, it filled foot-prints and wheel-tracks.
The rakeoff and the getaway
Three united states sonnets
The heaven of mean streets
Modern german literature
During the period of William II, that colossus with feet of clay, German literature was ever his faithful mirror, even when it twisted his image with ingenious or satirical grimaces.