THE ESQUIRE TREASURY by Esquire -- Editors of

THE ESQUIRE TREASURY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An anthology which includes 73 articles and stories, 84 drawings, cartoons and photographs, The Esquire Treasury packs some pretty fancy punches. The contents come in five rounds: Touchy Topics begins ramming with ""Christ in Concrete"" and ends with ""Have You a Mistress?""; The Ladies are written by George Jean Nathan and others, several of whom prefer to remain ""Anonymous""; Memorable Fiction burgeons with the wealth of Hemingway, Steinbock, Fitzgerald, Wolfe, Wouk, Huxley, Michener, etc., etc...; Max Schulman scores in Laughter Barby Conrad gives a bullfight its glory and Clarence Darrow provides ""Attorney for the Defense"" in Fact. Good pick-up reading.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1953
Publisher: Simon & Schuster