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 - Goodreads
Cracking good stuff and the illustrations by Art Spiegelman are a perfect fit. I can't see how this is suppose to talk me outta the lure of a proper party. I'm not going to shoot someone cause I get my hands on some sweet bathtub gin, and it seems an interesting crowd. Read full review
Review: The Wild PartyUser Review - Kate Elliott - Goodreads
Homicidal jazz age orgy written in kitschy verse! And bad verse at that! Naturally I recommend. (See also: this edition has Art Spiegelman illustrations.) Read full review