Ring Lardner

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Noun1.Ring Lardner - United States humorist and writer of satirical short stories (1885-1933)
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To this end, the exhibition featured The Afterimage Paintings, 2016, a work comprising four square silk screens showing white stars on terrazzo backgrounds interspersed with three neon signs spelling out the names of Hollywood screenwriters in red capital letters: alvah bessie, dalton trumbo, and ring lardner JR.
Notes: A Pre-Bid Conference will be held on April 5, 2016 at 4:00 PM, local time, at Ring Lardner Middle School.
editor), The Annotated Baseball Stories of Ring Lardner, 1914-1919, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1995.
Authors examined include Ring Lardner, Frank Stockton, and Eric Rolfe Greenberg.
But author and manager, alas, decline the grim fictional gambit that Ring Lardner embraced.
The editors, three working journalists, have assembled an all-time, all-star lineup, one that includes such luminaries as Margaret Fuller, Ernest Hemingway, Murray Kempton, Ring Lardner, O.
153: You Know Me, Al- stories by Ring Lardner (1916)
Screenwriter Ring Lardner Jnr won the movie's only Oscar from five nominations, but has largely disassociated himself from the film after realising that Altman had used very little of his original script (based on Richard Hooker's novel) in the final cut.
The Chicago Tribune Thursday named David Haugh as the newest writer of "In the Wake of the News," the sports column once written by Ring Lardner.
Mencken, Ring Lardner, Hart Crane, Edmund Wilson, Sherwood Anderson, John Steinbeck, Eugene O'Neill, William Faulkner, F.
One of the greatest war movies ever made, thanks to Robert Altman's direction and the screenplay by Ring Lardner.
Scott Fitzgerald, Alan Paton, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, and Ring Lardner.