Ring Lardner - Fiction - 1991 - 192 pages
Through these pages pass con men, an opinionated small-town barber, a nurse who chatters on and on--much to the chagrin of her charges--baseball players and boxers. Published ...
Ring Lardner - Fiction - 1957 - 346 pages
Twenty-five selections by the modern writer illustrate his ability to depict diverse aspects of turn-of-the-century American life with insight and wit
Francis Scott Fitzgerald - Fiction - 1995 - 337 pages
A story of Americans living on the French Riviera in the 1930s is a portrait of psychological disintegration as a wealthy couple supports friends and hangers-on financially and ...
Ring Lardner - Fiction - 1963 - 661 pages
A collection of plays, essays, and songs which adequately illustrate Mr. Lardner's humor and satire
L. Frank Baum - Literary Collections - 2006 - 208 pages
The adventures of Trot and Cap'n Bill take them to Oz where they help solve the problem of Pom, whose true love's heart has been turned to ice by witches.
Ring Lardner - Literary Criticism
The classic novel The Ecstasy of Owen Muir is the story of what happens in 1940s America when an idealistically, fiercely honest young man, with no strong religious affiliation ...