Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
by. Marquis, Don, 1878-1937.
Marquis was the author of about 35 books. 1921: Noah an' Jonah an' Cap'n John Smith (poems, sketches). 1922: Poems and Portraits (poems). He co-wrote (or contributed posthumously) to the films The Sports Pages, Shinbone Alley, The Good Old Soak and Skippy. The 1926 film The Cruise of the Jasper B was supposedly based on his 1916 novel of the same name, although the plots have little in common. 1922: Sonnets to a Red-Haired Lady and Famous Love Affairs (poems). 1922: The Revolt of the Oyster (short stories).
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781445572406. Release Date:April 2010. Publisher:Read Books.
Don Marquis’s famous fictional insect appeared in his newspaper columns from 1916 into the 1930s, and he has delighted generations of readers ever since. Donald Robert Perry Marquis was a humorist, journalist, and author
Don Marquis’s famous fictional insect appeared in his newspaper columns from 1916 into the 1930s, and he has delighted generations of readers ever since. A poet in a former life, Archy was reincarnated as a bug who expresses himself by diving headfirst onto a typewriter. His sidekick Mehitabel is a streetwise feline who claims to have been Cleopatra in a previous life. Donald Robert Perry Marquis was a humorist, journalist, and author. He was variously a novelist, poet, newspaper columnist, and playwright.
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Listen to books in audio format. A selection of the best of the hilarious free-verse poems by the irreverent cockroach poet Archy and his alley-cat pal Mehitabel. These free-verse poems, which first appeared in Marquis's New York newspaper columns, revolve around the escapades of Archy, the philosophical cockroach who was once a poet, and Mehitabel, a streetwise alley cat who was once Cleopatra. Reincarnated as the lowest creatures on the social scale, they prowl the rowdy streets of New York City in between the world wars.
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