The Press: Did Horace Turn?

The idea of printing fiction in a newspaper is not new. W. L. George and his kindred penmen have long prospered in the back lots and less respectable areas of journalism. But to bring fiction out onto the very facade of newspaperdom, and rear it as a fake skyscraper among the tall columns of front page news, is an operation of some daring. It took place last week.

Some enterprising journalist invited Dr. Walter E. Traprock, F. R. S., S. E. U., lecturer and author of The Cruise of the Kawa, My Northern...

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