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Reviews by Charles Ott

A Heap O' Livin

by Edgar A. Guest

I've been reading and re-reading this one for years. These were newspaper verses, printed in 1916, and they're all sincere, straightforward and corny. I have learned something important myself as a writer from Guest: there are important things you just can't say if you're afraid of looking unsophisticated. If you're willing to risk looking like an unsophisticated reader, you'll enjoy these.

Reviewed on 2010.02.06

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