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by Montague Glass
Author: Montague Glass
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Abe and Mawruss book. Montague Marsden Glass was a British-American Jewish lawyer and writer of short stories, plays and film scripts.
Abe and Mawruss book. His greatest success came with the creation of his fictional duo Abe Potash and Morris ("Mawrus") Perlmutter, who appeared in three books, a play, and several films. Books by Montague Glass. Mor. rivia About Abe and Mawruss.
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Illustrated by j. gould and martin justice. Garden city new york doubleday, page & company 1911. That feller is a regular philantropist. I bet yer," Morris replied. He would talk a tin ear on to you if you only give him a chance. Leon Sammet too, Abe, I assure you. I seen Leon in the Harlem Winter Garden last night, and the goods he sold while he was talking to me and Barney Gans, Abe, in two seasons we don't do such a business.
You can read Abe And Mawruss by Glass Montague in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Excerpt: I ain't got twenty-five cents in my clothes, so you got to lend me a couple of dollars till Saturday. I'll cash a check for you," Mrs. Perlmutter said firmly, and as soon as dinner was conc. luded Morris drew a check for ten dollars and Mrs. Perlmutter gave him that amount out of her housekeeping money. It was nearly nine o'clock when Morris and Minnie groped along the dark hallway of a tenement house in Park Avenue.
Montague Marsden Glass (born July 23, 1877 – June 21, 1934) was a British-American Jewish lawyer and writer of short stories, plays and film scripts. Glass was born in Manchester, England, but spent his childhood in Baguley, in Cheshire. Glass' father worked in the linen and cotton trade
Montague Glass (born Marsden) (1877–1934) was an English-born United States dramatist and short story writer.
Montague Glass (born Marsden) (1877–1934) was an English-born United States dramatist and short story writer. He was brought to America while very young and began his career by contributing to various magazines.
Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. I ain't got twenty-five cents in my clothes, so you got to lend me a couple of dollars till Saturday. Perlmutter said firmly, and as soon as dinner was concluded Morris drew a check for ten dollars and Mrs.