TITLE

THE GENTLEMAN WITH THE WALRUS MUSTACHE

AUTHOR(S)
McINNIS, R. J.
PUB. DATE
April 1939
SOURCE
America;4/22/1939, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Book Review
ABSTRACT
The article reviews the book "The Gentleman With the Walrus Mustache," by Guy Kilpatric.
ACCESSION #
35031181

 

Related Articles

  • Tugboat Annie Has a Nostalgic Meeting.  // Saturday Evening Post;1/12/1957, Vol. 229 Issue 28, p92 

    Reports on the revival of "The Saturday Evening Post" fiction characters Colin Glencannon and Tugboat Annie made by author Norman Reilly Raine. Death of author Guy Gilpatric who created the characters; Statement issued by Raine on his decision to revive the characters.

  • Gift for Cominch.  // Saturday Evening Post;11/24/1945, Vol. 218 Issue 21, p4 

    Provides information on a picture of fiction seafarer Colin Glencannon which was presented to U.S. Navy Admiral Ernest J. King as a gift by newspapermen following a successful naval operation he commanded in 1945. Reputation of the admiral within the Navy which made it difficult for the...

  • IN THE FLESH.  // Saturday Evening Post;4/23/1938, Vol. 210 Issue 43, p104 

    Focuses on the reasons of the periodical "Sunday Night Post" for declining to publish more stories about fictitious character Colin Glencannon. Factors that hinder Guy Gilpatric, creator of the character, from writing additional stories; Appeal of the work of Gilpatric to the readers of the...

  • Where's Glencannon?  // Saturday Evening Post;10/24/1942, Vol. 215 Issue 17, p4 

    The article focuses on the absence of the Muster Glencannon stories of author Guy Gilpatric in "The Saturday Evening Post." Captain A. G. Graham, master of the S.S. Henry S. Grove, wrote a letter regarding the issue. Grove and the other soldiers in war demand of the Glencannon stories.

  • The fiction we deserve. Iannonel, C. // Commentary;Jun87, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p60 

    Recent articles in diverse journals have lamented the diminished state of contemporary fiction. Most of the attention has been focused on minimalism: fiction that is thin in texture, slight in form, banal in subject, and easy to read. A critique of some collections of short stories, some of...

  • Uncle Ralph teaches a lesson in advertising. Gould, John // Christian Science Monitor;11/15/96, Vol. 88 Issue 246, p17 

    Presents a story by the author about the lessons on advertising taught to him by a person referred to as `Uncle Ralph.'

  • Editorial. Rusch, Kristine Kathry // Fantasy & Science Fiction;Jul94, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p5 

    Editorial. Comments on the emotional effects wrought by fiction on the reader. Cases in certain schools where fictional works were banned because they might upset the reader; Need for readers to approach literature with an open mind.

  • The great escape.  // Harper's Bazaar;Aug91, Issue 3356, p112 

    Observes that today's women are growing more adventurous and escapist. Popular books with escapist themes; Feminist escapism in the film `Thelma and Louise,' by Callie Khouri; Fashions that reflect the new thrill-seeking fervor.

  • Untitled. Coward, Mat // New Statesman & Society;2/18/94, Vol. 7 Issue 290, p47 

    Presents a humorous account of a man's belief on luck. Going to an off-license store and ordering things from a sales assistant; Repetition of the scene.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics