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Heywood Broun

O"Connor, Richard

Heywood Broun

a biography

by O"Connor, Richard

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Published by Putnam in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Broun, Heywood, -- 1888-1939 -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard O"Connor
    The Physical Object
    Pagination249 p., [4] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14582727M
    LC Control Number75004612

    He published an article in the New York Telegram explaining why Broun should stay out of politics. He perfected the defensive mechanism of poking fun at himself, approaching other boys with a shy, humorous look, ready to break into a grin if kidding began. In andBroun was cast in two episodes of the anthology seriesRobert Montgomery Presents. I never have encountered a more hard-bitten crew.

    Their standards were high, their vocabulary fluent, fresh, astringent and very, very tough. The Algonquinites could cause to be published, and could comment on, such new writing as, for example, that of the Paris group, and thereby help to create a climate in which it would find acceptance. There is a wolf sanctuary in the woods Grady protects and they are getting ready to release some of them into the wild. If this is a lynching, at least the fish peddler and his friend the factory hand may take unction to their souls that they will die at the hands of men in dinner coats or academic gowns, according to the conventionalities required by the hour of execution.

    Other regulars at these lunches included Robert E. Joseph Heywood clearly loves the area of Michigan where he works and lives and wants to introduce other people to the beauty of the woods. The Debs idea will not die. The guests enjoyed themselves so much that John Toohey suggested they meet again, and so the custom was born that a group of regulars would lunch together every day at the Algonquin Hotel. It was a catchy number called "Tarzan, King of the Apes," and included the couplet: "I swing from tree to tree, won't you come and swing with me.


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In Broun went to work with the New York Tribune. On each table was a program which misspelled Woollcott's name and poked fun at the fact that he and fellow writers Franklin Pierce Adams F.

But it will never abdicate its right to edit them. Broun agreed that men had an equal responsibility for bringing up children: "Most things that have to be done for children are the simplest sort. Not that he had to be pushed, but Ruth was a fellow crusader and thought up new causes and new crusades for him to pursue.

Now, obviously, the Heywood Broun book is always an agitator. His column was published there until Scripps-Howard abruptly decided not to renew his contract. Or so it seemed. Only one of them could speak English, but they all thought they knew the value of the hands. For the ship was the Baltic.

I suppose there must have been some suppressed indignation in my heart to see the critics maligning my stage, just as there will be at my daring to sit and judge as a critic.

Though not a Christian by any precise standard, Debs was the Christian-Socialist type. He was gently bred, slovenly of person, soft-hearted, steel-minded, evasive and direct, brave and terrified, considerate and tough, gregarious and solitary.

Part of his writing routine is he likes to read and write poetry to help him with his fiction writing, Heywood says it helps him with the economy of his words.

On 8th MayBroun took up the case of Mary Ware Dennettwho had been arrested, charged with producing pornographic literature, convicted, and sentenced to days in jail.

However, before he could start work he was taken ill. Art is too serious for so frivolous a word as fun. I hated the thing they did to Debs even at the time, and I was not then a pacifist Broun wrote: "We must bring ourselves to realize that it is necessary to support free speech for the things we hate in order to ensure it for the things in which we believe with all our heart.

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