In 1901, George Ade, (1866 – 1944) was an American writer, who around the turn of the twentieth century wrote a column in the Chicago Record that featured his fables in slang, which were humorous stories that featured vernacular speech. He was often called, "Aesop of Indiana." The fables columns were published in book form in 1899 by Herbert S. Stone & Co. of New ...
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