The Constant Circle: H. L. Mencken and His Friends
A warm and intimate account of a complex, contradictory man seen through the eyes of a long-standing friend and confidante.
Recognized until his death in 1956 as the outstanding literary critic of his generation, H. L. Mencken also excelled as a journalist, editor, and author. Characterized as the enfant terrible of American letters, he was famous for his vitriolic atta
This book presents another side of H.L.Mencken. The reader discovers the man behind the controversial journalist. He is a very provocative writer and one might think he is possibly disliked by his peers and antisocial. However, it is quite the opposite! He was charismatic, popular and brilliant. His rel ...more