Don Marquis


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Noun1.Don Marquis - humorist who wrote about the imaginary life of cockroaches (1878-1937)
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May-June 2010), Don Marquis captures this ambiguity when he contrasts irreversibility and permanence.
ARCHY AND MEHITABEL by Don Marquis (OUT OF PRINT) Life would be infinitely poorer without the company of this immortal (if scandalous) cat and her worldly wise six-legged amanuensis
During my second semester of graduate school, Don Marquis became department chair.
THE POET DON MARQUIS SAID IT WAS LIKE DROPPING A ROSE PETAL INTO THE GRAND CANYON AND LISTENING FOR THE ECHO.
Who would have guessed that so many Tristan plays were produced in the twentieth century, by writers including John Masefield and Don Marquis (author of Archie and Mehitabel)?
THE American writer Don Marquis once declared: "Prohibition makes you want to cry into your beer and denies you the beer to cry into.
Edited by Associate Professor of Communication (College of Charleston) Chris Lamb, Wry Harvest: An Anthology of Midwest Humor is an anthology of some of the best and funniest stories from authors ranging from Mark Twain and Don Marquis to Erma Bombeck and Garrison Keillor.
Developed and refined over the last three decades, the origins of this approach are rooted in the model of innovation developed by Don Marquis at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the model is currently used within a broad range of industries.
I congratulate FREE INQUIRY and your contributors to the Winter 2002/03 issue, particularly Don Marquis ("Stem Cell Research--The Failure of Bioethics") and Bent Brogaard ("The Moral Status of the Human Embryo").
At the Sun in 1916, the man of letters Don Marquis created "archy," a free-verse spouting, philosopher-columnist.
Don Marquis was a newspaper columnist in New York, dying in 1937, at the age of 59.
Other books published this year included America's Coming-of-Age by Van Wyck Brooks, nonfiction; The Rivet in Grandfather's Neck by James Branch Cabell, a novel; The Song of the Lark, a novel by Willa Cather; Verse, a posthumous collection by Adelaide Crapsey; The Genius by Theodore Dreiser, a novel; Bib Ballads by Ring Lardner, the author's first book, a minor collection of verse; Dreams and Dust by Don Marquis, poetry; The Song of Hugh Glass by John G.