Author:Henry Cuyler Bunner

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Henry Cuyler Bunner

American novelist and poet born in Oswego, New York. Best remembered for his inspiring editorship of Puck magazine and, in fiction, for his short stories and sketches. Pen names: H. C. Bunner; V. Hugo Dusenbury; V. H. D., P. P.
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Henry Cuyler Bunner


  • In Partnership (1884; with Brander Matthews) short stories PG
    • The Documents in the Case (by Brander Matthews and H. C. Bunner)
    • Venetian Glass (by Brander Matthews)
    • The Red Silk Handkerchief (by H. C. Bunner)
    • The Seven Conversations of Dear Jones and Baby Van Rensselaer (by Brander Matthews and H. C. Bunner)
    • The Rival Ghosts (by Brander Matthews)
    • A Letter and a Paragraph (by H. C. Bunner)
    • Playing a Part (by Brander Matthews)
    • Love in Old Cloathes (by H. C. Bunner)
  • The Story of a New York House (1887) illus by A. B. Frost PG
  • "Short Sixes": Stories to be Read While the Candle Burns (1890) illus by C. Jay Taylor, F. Opper and S. B. Griffin PG
  • More "Short Sixes" (1894) PG
  • Jersey Street and Jersey Lane: Urban and Suburban Sketches (1896) illus by A. B. Frost, B. West Clinedinst, Irving R. Wiles and Kenneth Frazier PG

Short works[edit]

Urban and Suburban Sketches (In book form as Jersey Street and Jersey Lane ... 1896)

  • The Making of the White City, illus by W. T. Smedley, Scribner's Magazine, Vol. 12, 1892
  • "Jersey and Mulberry" (essay) Scribner's Magazine, May 1893
  • "The Lost Child" (essay) Scribner's Magazine, Mar 1896
  • "The Story of a Path" (essay) Scribner's Magazine, Dec 1894


Works about Bunner[edit]

Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1929, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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