American Mercury Magazine, January to April 1925 by H. L. Mencken

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Number of Pages524
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ISBN 100766164780
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American Mercury Magazine, Vol.4, Jan.-April Hardcover – January 1, by George Jean (Eds.) Mencken, H.L. & Nathan (Author)Author: George Jean (Eds.) Mencken, H.L. & Nathan.

The American Mercurywas an American political and literary magazine founded by H. L., Mencken and George Jean Nathan. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.) Publication History. The American Mercurybegan publication in The first actively copyright-renewed issue is February (v.

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12 As of the August issue, Nathan was no longer listed as coeditor. He continued to write "Clinical Notes" and "The Theatre" untilwhen he sold his stock in the magazine to Mencken and Knopf (Singleton, pp.

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This volume of The American Mercury magazine includes the issues from September to December Found in each issue are such columns as Americana, The Arts and Sciences, The Theater, and The Library. The reader will also discover plays. September "The Baby in the Icebox", by James M.

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L.: BooksAuthor: H. Mencken. Charles Angoff (Ap – May 3, ) was a managing editor of the American Mercury magazine as well as a professor of English of Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Mencken called him "the best managing editor in America." He was also a prolific writer and utions: Fairleigh Dickinson University. American Mercury, monthly literary magazine known for its often satiric commentary on American life, politics, and customs.

It was founded in by H.L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan. Under the editorship of Mencken, the periodical fast gained a reputation for the vitriolic articles he directed at the American public (the “booboisie”) and for Nathan’s excellent theatrical criticism.

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