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1001 afternoons in New York,

Author: Ben Hecht; George Grosz
Publisher: New York, The Viking Press, 1941.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery and detective fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hecht, Ben, 1893-1964.
1001 afternoons in New York.
New York : Viking Press, 1941
(OCoLC)654510412
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ben Hecht; George Grosz
OCLC Number: 1730060
Description: 6 preliminary leaves, 9-370 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: Afternoon of an author --
Feast of the bums --
A diplomat spikes a cannon --
Scoop --
The fable of Hymie Weinberg --
Go, scholar-Gypsy! --
Not quite Paradise --
Good-by to an old man --
How do you do? --
Open letter to Mr. Churchill --
Obit for nobody --
A poet out of yesterday --
Four rabbis speak --
A maverick from movie land --
Wreath for a little girl --
The bewitched tailor --
Hand me me sword --
Tale of the wolf --
Midnight geometry --
Three without a story --
Don Harpo de la Mancha --
I want to go home --
Run, sheep, run! --
Prayer to someone --
Sun-kissed red-makers --
Dog eat dog --
A Frenchman I know --
Murder in Broome Street --
A handful of Don Quixotes --
Darkness at all times --
Mishkin's Soul of man --
An apple blossom falls --
No casting --
Echoes from a rubbish-heap --
The other cheek --
Ballad of dead reporters --
My tribe is called Israel --
Poor people --
A school of fish --
The pogrom comes to Mr. Isaacs --
Hitler's lost cause --
Nude on rocks --
Evening in ermine --
His real name is legion --
A Red herring comes to bat --
Tomorrow's tintype --
Lindy flies again --
Miracle on WHN --
A d'Artagnan of the scalpel --
Letter to an anti-Semite --
The ceiling fell on her head --
Hello, Central, give me Heaven --
Birth of a Nazi --
A dead Irishman speaks --
Greenwich Village tombstone --
Nine little weeds --
Lord Jim of the Bronx --
My staff entertains --
A Paganini of the gutter --
The Galdston taboo --
An unsuccessful crucifixion --
Feast of the dying --
Birth of a legend --
By the fountain --
Man with a face --
Our last ghost --
Johnny, get your gun --
Evolution of a hero --
A dodo still chirps --
Joe Schenck of Hollywood --
Tale of a midget --
A la Troisième Avenue --
The fatal truth --
Club 118 --
P.S.: The baby was saved --
Hand back those bay leaves --
Homeward bound --
Minutes of the Fortean Society --
Forgive me for sighing --
I want the Nobel Prize --
Pavane for a dead pudding --
The bum's rush for Allah --
The last rose of summer, John --
A brief for Humpty Dumpty --
Essay on kettledrummers --
These were once conquerors --
Testament of a reporter.
Responsibility: by Ben Hecht, with illustrations by George Grosz.

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