By Otto. (Ring Lardner) FRIEDRICH

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And many of his later short stories are little more than newspaper sketches still commemorating the smart yokel who doesn't like antiques ("Ex Parte") or bridge fanatics ("Contract"). Reading such hack work after more than thirty years have passed, one forgets that hacks are still producing similar things in newspapers and magazines, and one wonders how or why anyone ever laughed at such labored and essentially meaningless writing. " replied Butler. " "I ain't been back there either myself for ten years.

Gregg's wife, Celia, plays her part in the charade. "I call it our love nest," she tells the reporter, Bartlett. "Quite a big nest, don't you think? . " As soon as Gregg goes off on an appointment and Celia Gregg absorbs enough Bourbon, she begins to tell what she has made of the love nest. "Listen, Barker — I'd give anything in the world to be out of this . . He was a director then and he got stuck on me and I thought he'd make me a star. See, Barker? I married him 3i OTTO F R I E D R I C H to get myself a chance.

What Jefferson had called the God-given right to the pursuit of happiness was really a pursuit of the self, and that, as Lardner saw it, was the pursuit of nothingness. 47 Selected Bibliography Principal Works and Collected Editions of Ring Lardner You Know Me Al. New York: George H. ) Gullible's Travels. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1917. Treat 'Em Rough. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1918. My Four Weeks in France. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1918. Own Your Own Home. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1919.

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