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The title story is one of Runyon's best and involves a romantic triangle between a gangster named Dave the Dude, a ROMANCE IN THE ROARING FORTIES and THE BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY were both published by William Marrow and Company in the 1980's.
The title story is one of Runyon's best and involves a romantic triangle between a gangster named Dave the Dude, a ROMANCE IN THE ROARING FORTIES and THE BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY were both published by William Marrow and Company in the 1980's. Each has twenty of Damon Runyon's "Broadway stories" that chronicle life in the New York City underworld during the 1920's, 30's, and 40's.
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Published 1985 by Beech Tree Books in New York. Social life and customs, Short stories, Fiction, Protected DAISY, In library. Broadway (New York, .
Damon Runyon was born Alfred Damon Runyan to Alfred Lee and Elizabeth (Damon) Runyan. Romance in the Roaring Forties and other stories (1986). His relatives in his birthplace of Manhattan, Kansas included several newspapermen. In 1882 Runyon's father was forced to sell his newspaper, and the family moved westward. The family eventually settled in Pueblo, Colorado in 1887, where Runyon spent the rest of his youth.
Romance in the Roaring Forties: And Other Stories. The print in GUY AND DOLLS is smaller, but not noticeably so. The print in FROM FIRST TO LAST is smaller still, but it's easily readable for normal eye-sight. The print in this book is TINY. I have perfect near-vision and I can read it only in strong light.
Romance in the Roaring Forties. Damon Runyon (1884-1946) was a correspondent for the Hearst chain of papers in New York City. He complemented his journalism with plays, short stories, and poetry, and became one of the most recognizable voices of the Depression era. Pete Hamill has written many bestselling books and won the Damon Runyon Award from the Denver Press Club. He is a Distinguished Writer-in-Residence at New York University. Daniel R. Schwarz is the Frederic J. Whiton Professor of English and the Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow at Cornell University.
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Not your typical romance stories.
Title: Damon Runyon Omnibus Author: Damon Runyon A Project . Comprising all of the stories from: More than Somewhat.
Title: Damon Runyon Omnibus Author: Damon Runyon A Project Gutenberg Australia eBook eBook N. 1100651h. This eBook was produced by: Jon Jermey. Breach of Promise Romance in the Roaring Forties Dream Street Rose The Old Doll's House Blood Pressure The Bloodhounds of Broadway Tobias the Terrible The Snatching of Bookie Bob The Lily of St. Pierre Hold 'em, Yale! Earthquake 'Gentlemen, the King!' A Nice Price Broadway Financier The Brain Goes Home.
The scores of colorful individuals provide keen insight into the Broadway character, which Runyon delighted in portraying. Clark's introduction from an earlier Runyon collection, Bloodhounds of Broadway and Other Stories, is reprinted here. Thomas L. Kilpatrick, Southern Illinois Univ.
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