Irvin S. Cobb

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Popular Press, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 272 pages
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The story of Irvin S. Cobb is a fascinating one for many reasons. His life was not unusual at the time: a Horatio Alger rise from poor boy to world authority through hard work. Associate of celebrities of all kinds for two decades, he died in Hollywood virtually forgotten, having outlived the world he grew up in and which appreciated him.

 

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Contents

Chapter Two
11
Chapter Four
28
Chapter Six
51
Chapter Eight
68
Chapter Ten
82
Chapter Twelve
103
Chapter Fourteen
127
Chapter Sixteen
145
Chapter Eighteen
164
Chapter Twenty
185
Chapter TwentyTwo
205
Chapter TwentyFour
222
Chapter TwentyFive
236
Index
251
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