1911. Translated by Albert M.C. McMaster, A.E. Henderson and Mme. Quesada. Maupassant, a French author of the naturalistic school, is generally considered to be the greatest French short story writer. Contents: Sur L'Eau; Simon's Papa; The Child; A Country Excursion; Rose; Rosalie Prudent; Regret; A Sister's Confession; Coco; A Dead Woman's Secret; A Humble Drama; Mademoiselle Cocotte; The Corsican Bandit; The Grave; The Englishmen of Etretat; Magnetism; A Father's Confession; A Mother of Monsters; and An Uncomfortable Bed. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.