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  • E. F. Harkins
  • Among the Men Who Have Written 
     

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    Lieferstatus:   i.d.R. innert 5-10 Tagen versandfertig
    Veröffentlichung:  2007  
    Genre:  Reisebücher, Bildbände 
    ISBN:  9781406731651 
    EAN-Code: 
    9781406731651 
    Verlag:  Rinsland Press 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 216 mm / B 140 mm / D 23 mm 
    Gewicht:  503 gr 
    Seiten:  396 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    Among the Men Who Have Written FAMOUS BOOKS SECOND SERIES by Illustrated BOSTON MDCCCCII1 Copyright, 1903, L. C. Page f Company Incorporate I All riyhtx Published Septemher, Electrotyped and Printed by C. H. Simondc to. Co. Boston, Mars., U. S. A. UKOKIIK AI K. z CONTENTS Page George Ade 11 Irving Bacheller 25 John D. Barry 43 Arlo Bates 61 Cyrus Townsend Brady 79 Kobert William Chambers 97 Thomas Dixon, Jr. 1 1 15 Finley Peter Dunne 1IW George Gary Egglestuii 147 Elliott Flower 1 1 5 John Fox, Jr. 185 Henry Harlawl 201 Arthur Sherburne Hardy 219 Jack London 235 George Horace Lorimer 253 Charles Major 2 til George Barr McCutchcoii 287 F. Hopkiusoii Smith 305 iidoth Tarkington 32 Owen Wister 341 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Page George Ade Frontispiece Irving Bacheller 25 John I. Barry 43 Arlo Bates 61 Cyrus Townseud Brady 79 Robert William Cli ufbers 97 Thomas Dixon, Jr. 113 Finley Peter Punne 133 George Gary Eggleston 147 Elliott Flower 165 John Fox, Jr. 185 Henry Haiiaud 201 Arthur Sherburne Hardy 219 Jack London 235 George Horace Lori met 253 Charles Major 269 George Barr McCutcheou 287 F. Hopkinsoii Smith 305, Booth Tarkingtou 323 Owen Wister 341 GEORGE ADE N Book VII. of the fourth part of Los Miserables, Victor Hugo calls slang the language of misery. We doubt that George Ade would accept this definition. The slang which Mr. Ade writes is the language of informality. Perhaps some would define it as the lan guage of democracy. It is an instinctive rebellion against Goold Brown and Shake speare and the tiresome poets whose lines seem to be especially beloved of the com mon school educators. It is the street opposed to the academy. In some cases it is the wild growth of an uncultivated mindand in other cases it shows a mind indulging in comfortable negligence. It may be natural it may be the best a 11 LITTLE PILGBIMAGES person can do and it may be the affecta tion resulting from an intellectual relapse. In spoken form it often presents many happy expressions, but in written form it is generally the merchandise of stupid clowns. Mr. Ade is a master of slang. He makes of it something more than mere light entertainment. Mr. Ade, it might be said, humanizes slang vitalizes it gives it suggestions of humour and of pathos uses certain words to represent certain ranks of the human family. He demonstrates that slang is the language of the majority, for by means of slang he instantly puts aver age minds and by that we mean minds with a liking for holidays and strolls along with the crowd in sympathy with his characters. It is at once more amusing and more reasonable to point a moral by means of slang than by means of solemn 12 GEOEGE ADE language drawn from the mouths of beasts and of birds. Yet of course, no one would think of substituting Ade for JEsop in the kindergarten. Slang, like knowledge, is not to be inculcated. It is something that grows with the years. Per sonally we enjoy one of the chapters in Doc Home The Loss of The Little Lady it is called more than any one of the modern fables but such enjoyment is a matter of individual taste. The only time Mr. Ade need blush is when he hears some of the lyrics in one of his musical comedies. The subject of this sketch was born in Kentland, Indiana, February 9, 1866 and it is worth noting that his father was an English immigrant engaged in the banking business. George was graduated from Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, in1887. Immediately afterward 13
      



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