When The Turtles Sing And Other Unusual Tales

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 264 pages
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1928. A collection of short-stories from Marquis, American newspaperman and humorist, who was an uninhibited enemy of prohibition. Marquis's most memorable writings are his stories and verses about Archy and Mehitabel. Contents: When the Turtles Sing; The Tablecloth Millionaire; The Flea, The Pup, and the Millennium; A Fighting Parson; A Keeper of Tradition; The High Pitch; The Spots of the Leopard; The Well; The Inside Story of Waterloo; O'Meara, The Mayflower-and Mrs. MacLirr. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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DON MARQUIS (1878 - 1937) wrote daily for the New York Sun and Herald Tribune and was author of many books.
Inveterate Marquis devotee and collector JEFF ADAMS is a corporate consultant and novelist living in northern California. ED FRASCINO is a New Yorker cartoonist an illustrator of many books, including Rudyard Kipling's Elephant Child and E. B. White's Trumpet of the Swan. They previously collaborated on archyology.

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