Fact Mencken

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George Bernard Shaw: His Plays
... Mencken's interpretation of G ... Bernard Shaw's plays, in which Mencken overwhelmingly embraced the man who was, at that time, his favourite playwright ... According to Mencken "Through Shaw, I found my vocation at last." It is no surprise that Mencken was enthusiastic in his praise of Shaw when he wrote His Plays ...
Albert Jay Nock - Life and Work
... Mencken wrote His editorials during the three brief years of the Freeman set a mark that no other man of his trade has ever quite managed to reach ... Mencken When the unprofitable The Freeman ceased publication in 1924, Nock became a freelance journalist in New York City and Brussels, Belgium ... When Jefferson was published in 1928, Mencken praised it as "the work of a subtle and highly dexterous craftsman" which cleared "off the vast mountain of doctrinaire rubbish that has ...

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