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James Grover Thurber December 8, — November 2, was an American cartoonist , author , journalist , playwright , and celebrated wit. Thurber was best known for his cartoons and short stories , published mainly in The New Yorker magazine and collected in his numerous books. One of the most popular humorists of his time, Thurber celebrated the comic frustrations and eccentricities of ordinary people.
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MY LIFE AND HARD TIMES - ENGLISH - JAMES THURBER
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My Life and Hard Times
Thurber attended the Ohio State University from to and left without taking a degree. He held several newspaper jobs before going in to New York City, where he was a reporter for the Evening Post. He was later to write an account of his associates there in The Years with Ross
James Thurber was an American writer and artist. One of the most popular humorists writers of clever humor of his time, Thurber celebrated in stories and in cartoons the comic frustrations of eccentric yet ordinary people. The family soon moved to Virginia where Charles was employed as a secretary to a congressman. While playing with his older brother, Thurber was permanently blinded in his left eye after being shot with an arrow. Problems with his eyesight would plague Thurber for much of his life.
Танкадо посмотрел на женщину, поднеся исковерканные пальцы прямо к ее лицу, как бы умоляя понять. Кольцо снова блеснуло на солнце. Женщина отвернулась. Танкадо, задыхаясь и не в силах произнести ни звука, в последней отчаянной надежде посмотрел на тучного господина. Пожилой человек вдруг поднялся и куда-то побежал, видимо, вызвать скорую. Танкадо явно терял последние силы, но по-прежнему совал кольцо прямо в лицо тучному господину. Тот протянул руку, взял Танкадо за запястье, поддерживая остававшуюся на весу руку умирающего.
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