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Extractions: Humorist, best known under the pseudonym of Artemus Ward ( ). His literary apprenticeship was served as compositor and reporter on various newspapers, and in his burlesque descriptions of prize-fights, political meetings, etc., in the "Cleveland Plaindealer," won national attention. Shortly afterwards he went to New York and subsequently became the editor of "Vanity Fair" in which paper many of his humorous sketches appeared. His success as a lecturer, however, distracted his attention from his journalistic work, and in he sailed for England , where a successful engagement in London was cut short by the illness which caused his death a few months later. His humor was spontaneous, wholesome, and distinctly American . He died a Catho1ic.
Extractions: Name: Artemus Ward Variant Name: Charles Farrar Browne Birth Date: April 26, 1834 Death Date: March 6, 1867 Place of Birth: Waterford, Maine, United States Place of Death: Southampton, England Nationality: American Gender: Male Occupations: journalist, humorist Artemus Ward Main Biography Artemus Ward (1834-1867) was an American journalist, humorist, and comic lecturer who achieved fame on both sides of the Atlantic. Artemus Ward was the pen name of Charles Farrar Browne, who was born in Waterford, Maine. The son of a surveyor, storekeeper, and farmer, at 13 he was apprenticed to a printer. He set type for several newspapers in New England before a Boston printshop hired him in 1851. His first humorous sketches, signed "Chub," appeared in the Boston Carpet-bag . During the next 2 years he was a printer in several Ohio towns. In 1853 he became an editor on the Toledo Commercial;
Chronological List Paper May 6 1939. Browne, Charles Farrar (18341867); see pseudonym ArtemusWard (stories) Browne, DIK (stories) The Tracy Twins http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/fictionmag/d144.htm
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Stories, Listed By Author Browne, Charles Farrar (18341867); see pseudonym Artemus Ward. Browne, EARLYNE S.* The Ladys Proposition, (ss) The Saturday Evening Post Aug 6 1955 http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/anth/s28.htm
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Author Index Browne, Charles Farrar, 18341867 AKA Ward, Artemus, 1834-1867 Browne, ThomasAlexander, 1826-1915 AKA Boldrewood, Rolf, 1826-1915 http://www.worldwide-library.co.uk/Authors/author_index.htm
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Index Brown, William Wells (18151884). Clotelle or The Colored Heroine. Browne,Charles Farrar (1834-1867) The Complete Works of Artemus Ward Part One Part Two http://www.eshu.cn/en3k/titles/index-b.htm
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Extractions: Brown, Tom Browne, Charles Farrar Artemus Ward his Book, A. W. His Panorama, A. W. among the Mormons , and A. W. in England Browne, Isaac Hawkins A Pipe of Tobacco , somewhat analogous to the Rejected Addresses of a later day. He also wrote a Latin poem on the immortality of the soul. Browne, who was a country gentleman and barrister, had great conversational powers. He was a friend of Dr. Johnson. Browne, Sir Thomas grad . He ultimately settled and practised at Norwich. His first and perhaps best known work, Religio Medici (the Religion of a Physician) was published in 1642. Other books are Pseudodoxia Epidemica: Enquiries into Vulgar Errors Hydriotaphia, or Urn-burial (1658); and The Garden of Cyrus in the same year. After his death were published his Letter to a Friend and Christian Morals Religio Medici by Dr. Greenhill, 1881. Life by Gosse in Men of Letters Series, 1903. Created by PanEris using Melati Previous chapter page Back Home ... Bookmark Next chapter
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