The Wild Party: The Lost Classic
When first published in 1928, this story of one night of debauchery in the life of a Vaudeville dancer became a "scandalous" success. "The Wild Party" is now given new life and expression, with March's text accompanied by more than 75 remarkable drawings by Art Spiegelman.
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Review: The Wild PartyUser Review - Sue - Goodreads
A great little slice of the Roaring 20s. Mostly too filthy to add to my Gatsby unit. The rhymes (the whole book is in verse) are evocative and often clever. But I have to say Spiegelman's ... Read full review
Review: The Wild PartyUser Review - Bill Fletcher - Goodreads
The Spiegelman illustrations are great. The poem, though very much of its age, is very affecting. And very funny in places. My favorite lines: "His hips were jaunty, And his gestures too dextrous. A Versatile lad! He was ambisextrous." Read full review