Author:Guy Wetmore Carryl
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|Charles Edward Carryl and Mary R. Wetmore. He is best known for his poems that are parodies of Aesop's Fables, Grimm's Fairy Tales and Mother Goose nursery rhymes.Guy Wetmore Carryl (March 4, 1873–April 1, 1904) was an American humorist, novelist, and poet. He was born in New York City, the first-born of author|
- The Garden of Years and Other Poems (1904, posthumous) – An anthology of the author’s poetry 1893–1902
- Fables for the Frivolous (1898) – Parodies of Aesop's Fables in verse (transcription project)
- Mother Goose for Grownups (1900) – Parodies of The Tales of Mother Goose in verse
- Grimm Tales Made Gay (1902) – Parodies of Grimm's Fairy Tales in verse (transcription project)
- Far from the Maddening Girls (1904)
- The Transgression of Andrew Vane (1904)
- The Lieutenant-Governor (1903)
- Marvelous Coney Island (1901)
Works about Carryl
- "Guy Wetmore Carryl", by Edmund Clarence Stedman from Genius, and other essays (1911).
- "Guy Wetmore Carryl", by Carolyn Wells (1904).