American Mercury Magazine May to August 1926
H. L. Mencken
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Literary Collections - 524 pages
This volume of The American Mercury magazine includes the issues from May 1926 to August 1926. Found in each issue are such columns as Americana, The Arts and Sciences, The Theater, and The Library. The reader will also discover plays, poetry and stories on a myriad of topics in each issue. Sample contents: On Learning to Play the Cello; Major Prophets of Holy Kansas; Diatribe Upon a Manly Theme; Anon Is Dead; Eugenics Cult; Ward McAllister; Patent Office Magic, Medical; Town in the Pines; Notes on the Nation Cult; Daniel Boone; Dismal Sauger; End of Eclecticism; The Hobo Hits the Highroad; Origins of the American Mind; Ballad of the Gallows-Bird; Chicago, An Obituary; Explorations at the YWCA; Cathay on the Coast; and much more.
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