Fables In Slang by George Ade

George Ade was a newspaper man from Indiana who made his mark in Chicago writing about the common man. His “Fables In Slang” elevated him above the fate of scribes (news reporters) and into the rarefied atmosphere of syndication.
The Fable of Why Sweetie Flew the Track
The Fable of Why Essie’s Tall Friend Got the Fresh Air
The Fable of the Michigan Counterfeit Who Wasn’t One Thing or the Other
The Fable of the Corporation Director and the Mislaid Ambition

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