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by Irvin S. Cobb

Download Many Laughs for Many Days: Another Year's Supply of His Favorite Stories ePub
  • ISBN 1417906472
  • ISBN13 978-1417906475
  • Language English
  • Author Irvin S. Cobb
  • Publisher Kessinger Pub Co (April 30, 2005)
  • Pages 244
  • Formats lrf azw lit rtf
  • Category Different
  • Size ePub 1884 kb
  • Size Fb2 1674 kb
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1925. American humorist and newspaper columnist for The Saturday Evening Post and Cosmopolitan. He is best known for his Judge Priest stories. A collection of stories covering topics from Actors to Yankee and quite a few other topics in-between. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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Perhaps this is why Irvin S. Cobb has earned and kept the title of "American's beloved humorist," why his radio success was assured from the moment of his first broadcast and why his books have sold in hundreds of thousands. Format: Unknown Binding.

More about the author(s): Irvin S. Cobb was born in 1876.

Here Comes the Bride" –, and So Forth – 1925 book. Prose and Cons – 1926 book

Here Comes the Bride" –, and So Forth – 1925 book. Prose and Cons – 1926 book. Some United States: A Series of Stops in Various Part of This Nation with One Excursion Across the Line – 1926 book. All Aboard: A Saga of the Romantic River – 1927 book. Ladies and Gentlemen – 1927 book.

Many laughs for many days. Published 1925 by Garden City Publishing Co. in Garden City, . American wit and humor, Anecdotes. 243 p. Number of pages.

Well, away we wint, for more nor a week, and nothin' before our .

Well, away we wint, for more nor a week, and nothin' before our twogood-lookin' eyes but the canophy iv heaven, and the wide ocean-thebroad Atlantic-not a thing was to be seen but the sae and the sky; andthough the sae and the sky is mighty purty things in themselves, throththey're no great things when. Here Captain Dolignan laughed and endeavored to lead his companion tolaugh, but it was not to be done. The train entered the tunnel. Captain Dolignan told this gentleman his story in gleeful accents; butMajor Hoskyns heard him coldly, and as coldly answered that he had knowna man to lose his life for the same thing.

Cobb, Irvin S. 1876-1944. Mr. Dooley in the hearts of his countrymen. by: Dunne, Finley Peter, 1867-1936. Published: Garden City, . Garden City Publishing C. . Try and stop me, a collection of anecdotes and stories, mostly humorous, by: Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971. Dooley in peace and in war. A subtreasury of American humor: by: White, E. B. 1899-1985.

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Irvin Cobb at his Best, 1915 collection. Myself to Date, 1923 book (Stickfuls: Compositions of a Newspaper Minion). Snake Doctor and Other Stories, 1923 collection. Back Home, 1912, produced as a comedy, 1915. Paths of Glory: Impressions of War Written at and Near the Front (expanded as The Red Glutton), 1915 book. Speaking of Operations, 1915 book. Old Judge Priest, 1916 collected stories. Local Color, 1916 collection. Speaking of Prussians, 1917 book. The Lost Tribes of the Irish in the South, 1917 booklet.