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  • 35433Q1506837George AdeGeorgeAdeAde,_GeorgeGeorge Ade - Project Gutenberg eText 19325.jpg18661944An American writer, newspaper columnist, and playwright
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  • People You Know  (1903)  by George Ade 35818People You KnowGeorge Ade1903 People You Know, by George Ade (Table of Contents) — Illustrated by John
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Ade, George 67101The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Ade, George Ade, George, humorous writer and playwright
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  • People You Know by George Ade Part 2 140221People You Know — Part 2George Ade People You Know, by George Ade (Part 2) — Illustrated by John T.
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  • People You Know by George Ade Part 3 140222People You Know — Part 3George Ade People You Know, by George Ade (Part 3) — Illustrated by John T.
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  • People You Know by George Ade Part 1 140220People You Know — Part 1George Ade People You Know, by George Ade (Part 1) — Illustrated by John T.
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  • Evelyn," said George Harrowby, who was aggressively cheerful "From there I'm taking Allan to Chicago. Going to have him reading George Ade and talking our
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  • Dwellers, Mr. Will Payne, and that close student of Chicago slang, Mr. George Ade, the author of Artie. The Middle West counts such novelists as Miss "Octave
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  • witness the monologues of " Chimmie Faddin " and the writings of George Ade. 6 Meredith, George, " An Essay on Comedy," p. 8, London, 1905. �� � NATURE, ORIGIN
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  • a masterpiece and the "Portman Memmoirs" are exceptionally clever. GEORGE ADE. ARTIE; a story of the Streets and Town, with many pictures by John T
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  • it was always a blow to me that he could see nothing humorous in Mr. George Ade, whose Fables I knew nearly by heart. The more robust type of humour left
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  • thing one might look to be done by a somewhat advanced English curate. George Ade, undoubtedly one of the most adept anatomists of the American character
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  • in “David Harum”; it is not even in the pre-fable stories of George Ade, perhaps the most acute observer of average, undistinguished American
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  • People You Know by George Ade Part 4 140223People You Know — Part 4George Ade People You Know, by George Ade (Part 4) — Illustrated by John T.
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  • being an active assistant on a real farm. The whole thing began like Mr. George Ade's fable of the author. An author—myself—was sitting at his desk trying
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  • being an active assistant on a real farm. The whole thing began like Mr. George Ade's fable of the Author. An Author—myself—was sitting at his desk trying
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  • being inspired, and no one ever saw him without being proud of him." George Ade, at Kentland, Ind: "I read every line Twain wrote, for he was a kind of
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  • evidence of a growing sense of difference. “The American,” says George Ade, in his book of travel, “In Pastures New,” “must go to
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  • their notice: Chimmie Fadden, by Mr. E. W. Townsend, and Artie, by Mr. George Ade. Chimmie Fadden gives us the dialect of the New York Bowery Boy, or "tough
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  • man with Carlyle, Emerson, Thoreau, Chesterton, Shaw, Nietzsche, and George Ade—would you wonder at his getting excited? What would happen to a cat if
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