John McNulty





John McNulty


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Date of Birth: 1895
Date of Death: 1956

One of The New Yorker reporter-stylists who enlivened that magazine in the 1940s, McNulty (1895-1956) was best known for his humorous dispatches from an Irish saloon of quotable regulars on Third Avenue (the real-life Costello's on East 44th street). To readers, McNulty's characters became a sort of ensemble group, as indeed they were in life: there's the gruffly solicitous proprietor Tim Costello; Grady the aged cabbie; assorted horse players, "scratch bums," "sour beer artists," and a diminutive handyman called The Slugger "because he talks very furious whilst drunk . Like his better-known New Yorker colleagues A.J. Liebling and Joseph Mitchell, McNulty came from the world of newspapers, where one awe
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This Place on Third Avenue

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The World of John McNulty

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My Son Johnny

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 1955 — 2 editions
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50 Great American Short Sto...

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The Psychology of Winning

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Mmpi-2 Personality Psychopa...

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Atlas of the 2008 Elections

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Hostis Humani Generis

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