The Wit and Humor of America, Volume III. (of X.) by Marshall P. Wilder

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Editor Wilder, Marshall P. (Marshall Pinckney), 1859-1915
Title The Wit and Humor of America, Volume III. (of X.)
Contents An Arkansas Planter, by Read -- The Auto Rubaiyat, by Kauffman -- A Ballade of the "How To" Books, by Davies -- The Bohemians of Boston, by Burgess -- The Courtin', by Lowell -- The Crimson Cord, by Butler -- The Diamond Wedding, by Stedman -- Dislikes, by Holmes -- A Dos't o' Blues, by Riley -- The Dying Gag, by Ford -- Elizabeth Eliza Writes a Paper, by Hale -- Garden Ethics, by Warner -- The Genial Idiot Suggests a Comic Opera, by Bangs -- Hans Breitmann's Party, by Leland -- The Hired Hand and "Ha'nts," by Laughlin -- In Elizabeth's Day, by Rice -- In Philistia, by Carman -- A Letter from Home, by Irwin -- The Little Mock-Man, by Riley -- Little Orphant Annie, by Riley -- Mammy's Lullaby, by Gillilan -- Maxioms, by Wells -- Morris and the Honorable Tim, by Kelly -- Mr. Stiver's Horse, by Bailey -- My First Visit to Portland, by Downing -- My Sweetheart, by Peck -- The New Version, by Lampton -- Our New Neighbors at Ponkapog, by Aldrich -- The Plaint of Jonah, by Burdette -- The Retort, by Morris -- The Rhyme of the Chivalrous Shark, by Irwin -- Rollo Learning to Read, by Burdette -- Selecting the Faculty, by Hall -- Southern Sketches, by Arp -- The Tower of London, by Ward -- A Traveled Donkey, by Taylor -- The Tree-Toad, by Riley -- The Two Automobilists, by Wells -- The Two Business Men, by Wells -- The Two Housewives, by Wells -- The Two Ladies, by Wells -- The Two Young Men, by Wells -- Uncle Simon and Uncle Jim, by Ward -- Wamsley's Automatic Pastor, by Crane -- Wild Animals I Have Met, by Wells.
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Language English
LoC Class PN: Language and Literatures: Literature: General, Criticism, Collections
Subject American wit and humor
Subject American literature -- Humor
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EBook-No. 18734
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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