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George Ade is considered by those who know his work best to be the most significant American humorist between Twain and Thurber. In the words of S. J. Perelman--whose urbane, baroque zaniness may well...
Historians of popular culture have cause to take George Ade into account in two areas: his newspaper column work, which he periodically gathered into bound anthologies that were as well received aroun...