|Title:||Take it Easy|
|Tags:||fiction, humour, short stories|
Tales from the world of gamblers and small-time crooks who inhabited the world of the speakeasies during Prohibition.
The Prohibition era comes alive in these comic tales featuring dames (dolls, babes, broads, or ever-loving wives) and guys (players, gamblers, citizens and cops), along with the gee-gees, the bars and the speakeasies of the day. All written in Runyon's unique comic style. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Runyon, Damon
Damon Runyon (1884-1946) was an American writer and journalist. He was born in Kansas and served in the army during the Spanish-American War. In 1911 he began a career as a journalist specializing in sports reporting. He then began to write books, principally poetry and plays but also collections of short stories. His collection Guys and Dolls was turned into a popular Broadway musical. Faded Page hosts some of his short story collections including More than Somewhat, Take it Easy, and Written in Sickness. (Chambers Biographical Dictionary)
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