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Two Gentlemen and a Lady

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1928. The Algonquin Round Table was an informal group of famous New York writers who lunched together at the Algonquin Hotel in the 1920s and '30s. The self-appointed leader of the group was Alexander Woollcott. A large, stout man, he was an author, critic and actor noted for his sharp, cruel wit. A very delightful book about three dogs. Contents: The Passing of Nicholas; ...more
Hardcover, 120 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Kessinger Publishing
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This book is an absolute treasure. The text is charming and witty, and the drawings capture uncannily the delightful canine spirit.
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Alexander Woollcott was an American critic and commentator for The New Yorker magazine and a member of the Algonquin Round Table.

Born in New Jersey
Attended Central High School Kansas City, Missouri;
graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, in 1909. He founded a drama group there, edited the student literary magazine and was accepted by a fraternity.
More about Alexander Woollcott...
While Rome Burns Long, Long Ago The Letters of Alexander Woollcott The Portable Woollcott The Woollcott Reader

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