Ring Lardner

Portrait of Ring Lardner

Ring Lardner (born Ringgold Wilmer Lardner) (March 6, 1885 – September 25, 1933) was an American writer. He is most well known for his short stories.1

Works

  • Zanzibar: A Comic Opera in Two Acts (1903)
  • In Allah’s Garden (1913)
  • March 6th, 1914. The Home-Coming of Chas. A Comiskey, John J. McGraw, and James J. Callahan (1914)
  • Bib Ballads (1915)
  • You Know Me Al – A Busher’s Letters (1916)
  • Gullible’s Travels, Etc. (1917)
  • Treat ‘Em Rough (1918)
  • My Four Weeks in France (1918)
  • The Real Dope (1919)
  • Regular Fellows I Have Met (1919)
  • Own Your Own Home (1919)
  • Young Immigrunts (1920)
  • Symptoms of Being 35 (1921)
  • The Big Town (1921)
  • Say It With Oil / Say It With Bricks (1923)
  • How to Write Short Stories- With Samples (1924)
  • What Of It? (1925)
  • Charles Scribner’s Sons Present Ring W Lardner In The Golden Honeymoon And Haircut (1926)
  • The Story of a Wonder Man, Being the Autobiography of Ring Lardner (1927)
  • Round Up: The Stories of Ring W. Lardner (1929)
  • Stop Me — If You’ve Heard This One (1929)
  • June Moon (1929)
  • First And Last (1934)
  • Shut Up, He Explained (1962)
  • Ring Around Max: The Correspondence of Ring Lardner and Max Perkins (1973)
  • Letters from Ring (1979)
  • Ring Lardner’s You Know Me Al: The Comic Strip Adventures of Jack Keefe (1979)
  • Ring Around The Bases: The Complete Baseball Stories Of Ring Lardner (1992)
  • Letters of Ring Lardner (1995)
  • The Annotated Baseball Stories of Ring W. Lardner, 1914-1919 (1995)
  • The Lost Journalism of Ring Lardner (2017)

See also

External Links

References

1. “Ring Lardner.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed September 18, 2020.

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