7 edition of Ring Lardner and the Other found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 302-312) and index.
|Statement||Douglas Robinson ; with an essay by Ellen Gardiner.|
|LC Classifications||PS3523.A7 Z85 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 324 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||92003864|
by Ring Lardner () Approximate Word Count: I got another barber that comes over from Carterville and helps me out Saturdays, but the rest of the time I can get along all right alone. To me, a book of Ring Lardner stories all comes down to a man hanging over the Golden Gate Bridge and when grabbed by the police, telling them, shucks. The other night, Ring Lardner .
More Than any other writer in the twentieth century, Ring Lardner was identified with baseball. His years as a newspaper reporter in Chicago covering the Cubs and White Sox gave him inside knowledge of the sport and how it reflected the American experience/5(3). Ring Lardner and the Other by Douglas Robinson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Well you know I am a big fan of Ring Lardner from ever since I bought that collection of his stories Haircut and Other Stories from the street seller on 72nd and Broadway when I was a kid just. While Frazier didn't really have to know how Lardner did it, selecting representative pieces for the Library of America's "Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings" was a challenge.
Crystal growth 1971
The essentials of real estate agency in Nevada
Biophysics of the striated muscle.
Lost in the Arctic
Pointer guide map of the city of London.
One nation again
Over the edge
Long-run changes in the labour share of national income in Canada, 1926-1966.
The beginnings of musical nationalism in Brazil.
The great monster magazines
Kin of my grandchildren
Our naval war with France.
Fabrication of the Appalachian thinner
About many things--thoughts to stir the soul
Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings (LOA #) (Library of America) Hardcover – Aug by Ring Lardner (Author), Ian Frazier (Editor) out of 5 stars 6 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(6). In other words, it is not me, Ring Lardner, narrating this tale it is little Susie Nobody or Jake the small town barber.
Lardner writes with a flare and a wit but, no doubt about it, he is a very critical individual. The majority of these stories are extremely sarcastic but written tongue in by: 2. The title Haircut and Other Stories gets it right: this book has the excellent short story "Haircut" and then some other shit.
"Haircut" nicely balances text and subtext, argot and tone to be one of the better early 20th century short story I've read. The other stories often stay one-dimensional and despite their brief lengths feel a bit too long.4/5. Stories & Other Writings book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
In the heady years of the Jazz Age, Ring Lardner was Americ /5. At the height of the Jazz Age, Ring Lardner was Americas most beloved humorist, equally admired by a popular audience and by literary friends like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Edmund Wilson. A sports writer who became a sensation Brand: Library of America.
Ring Lardner, original name Ringgold Wilmer Lardner, (born March 6,Niles, Mich., U.S.—died Sept. 25,East Hampton, N.Y.), American writer, one of the most gifted, as well as the most bitter, satirists in the United States and a fine storyteller with a true ear for the vernacular.
Lardner came from a well-to-do family, although his father lost most of his fortune during Lardner. “No other book of Ring’s, You Know Me Al included, has the coherence and structure that The Big Town has,” notes Jonathan Yardley in his biography of Lardner.
“The city has changed and so has the country, but the clash between the one and the other still goes on; the story Ring tells here of how one couple conducts its own little. Ring Lardner and the Other is so titled because it is also an investigation of the \"Other,\" in an expanded Lacanian sense: the speaking of various unconscious voices (mother and father and child, culture and anarchy, majority and minority) through literary characters and their authors and readers.
Reprinted from Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings (The Library of America, ), pages – First published in Liberty (Ma ) and collected in The Love Nest and Other Stories ().File Size: 49KB. Buy the book Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings You Know Me Al • The Real Dope • The Young Immigrunts • The Big Town • collected and uncollected stories • much more pages List price: $ Web store price: $ You Know Me Al is a book by Ring Lardner, and subsequently a nationally syndicated comic strip scripted by Lardner and drawn by Will B.
Johnstone and Dick Dorgan. The book consists of stories that were written as letters from a professional baseball player, Jack Keefe, to his friend Al Blanchard in their hometown of Bedford, Indiana. Ring Lardner—Himself A Literary Diary The Dames Bed-Time Stories “In Conference” Prohibition Tennis by Cable Who’s Who On Conversation (from) The Other Side Insomnia Eckie Odd’s Bodkins.
Plays The Bull Pen I. Gaspiri Taxidea Americana Clemo Uti—“The Water Lilies” Cora, or Fun at a Spa Dinner Bridge Abend di Anni Nouveau Quadroon.
Ringgold Wilmer "Ring" Lardner Jr. (Aug – Octo ) was an American journalist and screenwriter blacklisted by the Hollywood film studios during the Red Scare of the late s and s. 4 Personal life. 6 Television tributes.
9 Further reading. 10 External links. Born in Chicago, he was the son of Ellis (Abbott) and. Ring Lardner and the Other. [Douglas Robinson] -- Ring Lardner and the Other is actually two books, mutually embedded. through literary characters and their authors and readers.
The Lardner book explores the contradictions of Lardner\'s patriarchal masculinity--how such a dour, sexist alcoholic who h.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0.
Find out more about Haircut and Other Stories by Ring Lardner at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & ed on: Septem Ring Around the Bases: The Complete Baseball Stories of Ring Lardner.
Ring Lardner $ - $ Ring Lardner’s influence on American letters is arguably greater than that of any other American writer in the early part of the twentieth century. Lauded by critics and the public for his groundbreaking short stories, Lardner was also the country’s best-known journalist in the s and early s, when his voice was all but inescapable.
Interviews Aug Ian Frazier on why Ring Lardner is “a major figure in twentieth-century letters” Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings.
Writer and humorist Ian Frazier, a frequent contributor to The New Yorker and the author of many books (including the best-selling Travels in Siberia) spoke with us recently about the newly published Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings. The Ring Lardner book is a critical study of a minor American author who was popular in the twenties; the Other book is a theoretical exploration of what Fredric Jameson has called the "political unconscious," of our ideological entrapment in and various escape routes out of the double bind, the prison bars forged by society within our bodies.
It is Lardner’s ear for and virtuosity with the American language as it was written and spoken by a great body of uneducated people of a vanished era, and the use to which he put that, that now at last come through to me fully as I read the Library of America’s just-published Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings.
The Paperback of the Haircut and Other Stories by Ring Lardner at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your patience. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. Haircut and Other Stories by Ring Lardner. Paperback (Reissue) $ Author: Ring Lardner.Ring Lardner is known chiefly as a short-story writer, but in his own time was better known as a sportswriter, columnist, and humorist.
He also wrote two novel-length works, You Know Me Al (As Ring Lardner: Stories & Other Writings proves, he’s one of the rarest type of American writers, both a spot-on chronicler of his time and place while remaining contemporary to the next.