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The Days Trilogy, Expanded Edition

by H. L. Mencken

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A wonderful book. Who knew that Harold Ross at the New Yorker loved Mencken and bought all of these pieces. The first two bits, Happy Days, about growing up in late 19th century Baltimore, and Newspaper Days, about his early reporter's life, are terrific. The last bit, Heathen Days, is less good and is not edited very well. The author does not use paragraphs and just writes silly stuff. By the way, Mencken is a terrible racist and a bad person, but probably he should not be blamed. He writes in the add-ons to Happy Days that his house in Baltimore is in the hands of the Jews. He also loves Gerald LK Smith, a nazi if ever there was one, and seems deaf to what as opposed to how the man talks. ( )
  annbury | Mar 31, 2015 |
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