Kirkkitsch’s Blog


Currently Reading
January 12, 2009, 6:00 am
Filed under: Currently Reading

Stories for Men by America’s Most Virile Writers ¬© 1936

I bought this at the little used book store down the street from my house. Kinda pricey, but it’s hardcover and I really wanted it.¬†Naturally, being over 70 years old, I was unable to find a synopsis for this book online. And since the book itself has no dust jacket (it’s fairly small, measuring in around a diminutive 4×6 inches), I don’t have one to give you. The book title is pretty self-explanatory; it is what it is: Stories for Men. Containing 13 stories by various authors, the book is more about high adventure than naughty nymphos. An example of one of the “virile” writers would be William Faulkner and his story about an American aviator in World War I who befriends a British torpedo-boat pilot and comes to see the war from a perspective that’s less remote and abstract than that of the one he had as an aerial bomber (Turn About). Continue reading