1943

Title1943
Year for Search1922
AuthorsMr. X [pseud.]
Date Published1922
PublisherDorrance
Place PublishedNew York
Annotation

Satire in which all the reformers of the 1920s succeed after they come together and form the American Reform League, known as Puritans. For example, the society is generally vegetarian (meat is legal, but frowned upon), teetotal, hair and clothes styles are regulated, the speed limit is ten miles an hour, and there is no tobacco, tea, or coffee.

Pseudonym

Mr. X [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L, MoU-St, PSt

Full Text

1922 X, Mr. [pseud.]. 1943. New York: Dorrance. L, MoU-St, PSt

Satire in which all the reformers of the 1920s succeed after they come together and form the American Reform League, known as Puritans. For example, the society is generally vegetarian (meat is legal, but frowned upon), teetotal, hair and clothes styles are regulated, the speed limit is ten miles an hour, and there is no tobacco, tea, or coffee.