S. N. Behrman
February 1960
New Yorker;2/13/1960, Vol. 35 Issue 52, p40
The article profiles English parodist and caricaturist Max Beerbohm. The author recalls his meeting with Beerbohm in his home grounds in the Villino Chiaro, on the Via Aurelia, in Rapallo, Italy. In the summer of 1952, four years before Beerbohm died, the author recalls visiting him at a mountaintop hospice, and then corresponding with his secretary, Elizabeth Jungmann, on how he was doing.


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