- Ring(gold Wil·mer) [ring-gohld wil-mer] /ˈrɪŋˌgoʊld ˈwɪl mər/, 1885–1933, U.S. short-story writer and journalist.
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Contemporary Examples of lardner
Fortunately for us, there's been a Lardner revival the past few years.
Please enjoy this gem, reprinted with permission from Lardner's family, on Titanic Thompson.
The most illuminating critical remark on Lardner came from an absurdly unlikely source, Virginia Woolf.
The story is Lardner at his best, skirting the fence between sentimentality and cynicism and achieving pathos.
Historical Examples of lardner
The provisioning of the great house was the work of the Lardner, Fr.The Romance of Names
Lardner is said to have made $200,000 on a lecture tour in America.A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)
Augustus de Morgan
See, respecting these and similar passages, Lardner's Credibility, vii.Modern Skepticism
C. J. Ellicott
Dr. Lardner says: “Christians of all sorts were guilty of this fraud.”The Bible
John E. Remsburg
Would 've and should 've are widely used; Lardner commonly hears them as would of and should of.The American Language
Henry L. Mencken
- Ring (old Wilmer). 1885–1933, US short-story writer and journalist, whose best-known works are collected in How to Write Short Stories (1924) and The Love Nest (1926)