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George Ade (1866–1944)

Ade, George. An American journalist and author; born at Kentland, Indiana, 1866; died in 1944. He is best known as the author of ‘Fables in Slang’ (1899); ‘More Fables in Slang’; ‘Ade’s Fables’ (1914). He also published: ‘Artie, a Story of the Streets and Town’; ‘Pink Marsh’ (1897), a dialect story; ‘Breaking into Society’ (1903); ‘In Pastures New’ (1906); ‘Knocking the Neighbors’ (1912); and the plays, ‘The Sultan of Sulu’ (1902); ‘The Sho-Gun’; ‘The College Widow’ (1904); ‘Marse Covington’ (1906); ‘The Fair Co-ed’ (1908); ‘Nettie’ (1914).