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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Overture 1
  • For Art's Sake 3
  • Two Other Races of Men 12
  • The Going-Home Train 19
  • The Upright Bus 26
  • Broken Promises 35
  • "Let Right Be Done" 37
  • If You Prick Us 49
  • Of This Tough World 57
  • Century of Progress 59
  • Room with a View 77
  • The Unbeautiful and the Damned 85
  • Laughing Stock 99
  • La Merman 101
  • Charlie-Into-Charles 107
  • Innocent Merriment 114
  • A Leprechaun to the Rescue 121
  • Highland Fling 129
  • The Patient's Dilemma 134
  • Of the Shelves 143
  • Prigs is Prigs . . . 145
  • Children of Skelt 153
  • Ghouls and Holly 161
  • The Fruit of Enlightenment 168
  • London Pride 177
  • Straight from the Lion's Mouth 179
  • Progress and the Superman 188
  • English Laughter-- Past and Present 200
  • The Importance of Not Being Earnest 209
  • Oscariana 215
  • Utopia of Gallantry 221
  • Muse of Fire 229
  • In the Grand Manner 231
  • O Eastern Star! 238
  • Old Man with a Walking Stick 249
  • Night Watch 255
  • Moaning at the Bar 257
  • Southern Discomfort 266
  • Stars That Weigh a Ton 273
  • The Order of the Palm 282
  • That Magic Word 289
  • Film and Fact 297
  • The Midas Touch 299
  • A Tale of One City 305
  • Credentials of Humanity 310
  • Man's Hope 315
  • Under the Aspect of Eternity 323
  • Under the Aspect of Eternity 325
  • Index 339
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