Author:Clarence Shepard Day

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Clarence Day
(1874–1935)
Clarence Shepard Day, Jr. was an American author and cartoonist, best known for his 1935 work Life With Father. Pen names: Clarence day, Clarence Day, Jr., B. H. Arkwright.

Works[edit]

(partial list)

  • The Story of the Yale University Press (1920) IA
  • This Simian World (1920) novella; illus by the author. IA; PG
  • The Crow's Nest (1921)IA; PG
    • The Three Tigers
    • As They Go Riding By
    • A Man Gets Up In the Morning
    • Odd Countries
    • On Cows
    • Stroom and Graith
    • Legs vs. architects
    • To Phoebe
    • Sex, Religion and Business
    • An Ode to Trade
    • Objections to Reading
    • The Enjoyment of Gloom
    • Buffoon Fate
    • The Wrong Lampman
    • The Seamy Side of Fabre
    • In His Baby Blue Ship
    • The Man Who Knew Gods
    • Improving the Lives of the Rich
    • From Noah to Now
    • Sic Semper Dissenters
    • Humpty Dumpty and Adam
    • How It Looks to a Fish
    • A Hopeful Old Bigamist
    • The Revolt of Capital
    • Still Reading Away
    • A Wild Polish Hero
    • Mrs. P.'s Side of It
    • The Death of Logan
    • Portrait of a Lady
    • Grandfather's Three Lives
    • Story of a Farmer
  • God and My Father (1921)
  • Scenes from the Mesozoic and Other Drawings (1935)
  • Life with Father (1935)
  • Life with Mother (1937; posthumous)

Magazine stories and articles[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1935, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.