Guy Wetmore Carryl
(1873 - 1904)
Guy Wetmore Carryl (March 4, 1873 – April 1, 1904) was an American humorist and poet.
Fables for the Frivolous (1898)
These humorous verse renderings of the familiar Aesop fables are ideal for memorization. Read online at archive.org.
Far From the Maddening Girls (1904)
A single young man possessed of a good fortune determines to remain single, until a young woman enters his life and he sees the error of his ways. Read online at archive.org.
Grimm Tales Made Gay (1902)
Guy Wetmore Carryl brings his gift for comic verse to fairy tales. Read online at archive. org.
The Lieutenant-Governor (1903)
When the corrupt governor is murdered, the lieutenant-governor has to decide the assassin’s fate. Read online at archive.org.
Mother Goose for Grown-Ups (1900)
Guy Wetmore Carryl’s gift for comic verse shines in these reworkings of familiar Mother Goose rhymes. Read online at archive.org.
A truly pot-boiling ‘problem novel’ of today - from 1904! Read online at archive.org.