Re: RARA-AVIS: Question concerning James M. Cain article from 1933

From: Jens Sambale (
Date: 28 Mar 2008

Thanks Guys, Paradies sounds about right I am checking it once I am back in Berlin and have access to decent libraries (in Glasgow right now, good libraries, but the neoliberal university does not allow me to use it ....) Thanks again
/ Jens Am 29.03.2008 um 01:09 schrieb

> The bibliography at the back on the Roy Hoopes biography of Cain lists
> only four magazine articles that Cain wrote in 1933:
> Paradise, American Mercury, March 1933
> The Widow's Mite, or Queen of the Pancho, Vanity Fair, August 1933
> Camera Obscura, American Mercury, October 1933
> Tribute to a Hero, American Mercury, November 1933
> Judging by comments within the biography, the second and third
> articles
> are about Hollywood and the fourth is about a football star at Cain's
> college. That would seem to leave Paradise. However, if it's not
> definitely a magazine article, Cain started writing a syndicated
> column
> for Hearst Syndicate in November 1933.
> While looking, I also found this list of the Cain holdings at the
> Library of Congress:
> Hope this helps.
> Mark

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