Gelett Burgess

Frank Gelett Burgess (January 30, 1866 – September 18, 1951) was an American artist, art critic, poet, author and humorist. An important figure in the San Francisco Bay Area literary renaissance of the 1890s, particularly through his iconoclastic little magazine, ''The Lark'', he is best known as a writer of nonsense verse, such as "The Purple Cow", and for introducing French modern art to the United States in an essay titled "The Wild Men of Paris". He was the author of the popular Goops books, and he coined the term "blurb". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1986
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1969
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1976
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1968
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1906
Gale Cengage Learning
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1903
Gale Cengage Learning
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by Burgess, Gelett, 1866-1951.
Published 1904
Gale Cengage Learning
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