- COMIC RELIEF. // Bulverde Standard (Canyon Lake, TX);6/2/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 22, p10
The article presents quotes from Moses Hadas thanking the person who sent him a book, Mark Twain saying his approval in a letter concerning the funeral, and Oscar Wilde regarding happiness.
- Humor Candid Quotes. // ASCA Newsletter;2008, Vol. 2008 Issue 6, p20
The article presents quotes from Clarence Darrow saying he has never killed a man but have read many obituaries with great pleasure, Mark Twain saying he did not attend the funeral but he sent a letter saying he supports it, and Oscar Wilde saying some people cause happiness wherever they go and...
- EPHEMERA. Schwager, Edie // AMWA Journal: American Medical Writers Association Journal;2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p135
The article presents a sampler of famous, infamous and apocryphal dispatchers compiled from several sources. It includes reaction of Mark Twain to the publishing of his obituary, a telegram from W. H. Caldwell, a British biologist, about platypuses, and the shortest telegram which is attributed...
- A Nod Toward History. Friedericy, Lucia // Doll Reader;Feb/Mar2012, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p37
The article focuses on the 2012 doll creations of Lucia Friedericy, the creative mind behind Friedericy Dolls. It states that Friedericy will depict her beloved storybook characters in her 2012 collections like Alice who has been inspired by Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." It mentions...
- Response of the Gentle Scholars. // New Republic;3/27/35, Vol. 82 Issue 1060, p178
Presents an excerpt from a letter to the journal The Saturday Review of Literature. Comments on the condition of public libraries in the New York City; Views on the people frequenting libraries these days; Description of communists seen in libraries; Poem depicting a fictitious place inhibiting...
- Insults to Our Sacred Honor. FEHRMAN, CRAIG // Cincinnati Magazine;Dec2012, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p36
The article offers brief historical overview about haters of Cincinnati, Ohio. In Frances Trollope book's "Domestic Manners of the Americans," he states that he should have liked Cincinnati much better if people had not dealt so largely in hogs. Author Mark Twain regarded the city as being...
- A Royal Compliment. Twain, Mark // Entire Works of Mark Twain Collected;3/1/2006, p966
Presents the short story "A Royal Compliment," by Mark Twain.
- CHAPTER XVIII. // Emma;3/1/2006, p162
Chapter XVIII of the second volume of the book "Emma," by Jane Austen is presented. It explores the conversation between Augusta Elton and Mr. Weston regarding the plan of Mr. Weston to acquaint his son to Mrs. Elton. It stresses that Mrs. Elton is very willing to suppose a particular compliment...
- Jane Austen's venture into tragedy. Harris, H.R. // Contemporary Review;Jun98, Vol. 272 Issue 1589, p314
Presents information as it pertains to author, Jane Austen. Information on some of Austen's work; Similarities between some of Austen's work; Main plots used in Austen's books; Reference to the novel `Lear'; What inspires Austen to write some of her books.