Books: Non-Fiction

Almanack

MORROW'S ALMANACK—edited by Burton Rascoe—William Morrow ($2). Editor Rascoe, who seems to be aware of everything in the world, has concocted an oldtime almanack distinctly in harmony with the traditional mood of the season. To his aid have rushed a host of accomplished specialists with important contributions. Marc Connelly, playwright & seer, provides the general forecast for the approaching year; Critic Nathan suggests a breath-taking change in post-Volstead nomenclature; Banker Streeter* supplies a startling opinion of what 1928 will do for Big Business; Florenz Ziegfeld dissertates on his favorite topic;...

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