3 edition of Anthony Comstock, roundsman of the Lord. found in the catalog.
Anthony Comstock, roundsman of the Lord.
by Literary Guild of America
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 277-280.
|Contributions||Leech, Margaret, 1893-1974.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||285|
Morality-themed books got the attention of New Yorker book reviewer Ernest Boyd (pen name “Alceste), who devoted considerable ink to Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of the Lord by Heywood Broun and Margaret Leech (both of Algonquin Round Table fame). Comstock was a United States Postal Inspector and politician known for the “Comstock Law. Vice crusader Anthony Comstock was born in Connecticut in His father was Thomas Anthony Comstock, a farmer and sawmill owner, and his mother was Polly Lockwood. Comstock’s mother died when he was ten, and he attended public schools in his youth in New Canaan and New Britain. During the Civil War, he served in the Union army for two years.
I also looked at Nicola Beisel’s Imperiled Innocents: Anthony Comstock and Family Reproduction in Victorian America, published by Princeton in , Heywood Broun and Margaret Leech’s biography, Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of the Lord, which is more critical than you might expect, Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz’s article, “Victoria. But in , in Collaboration with the late Heywood Broun, she wrote “Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of the Lord,” about the noted crusader against vice, The book won recognition for being.
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Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. First Edition. Anthony Comstock, whose portly figure and flowing mutton-chop whiskers has furnished inspiration for countless cartoonists, was an American Puritan reformer, who pursued an unremitting crusade against.
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Price New from 4/5(3). Heywood Campbell Broun was an American newspaper columnist and critic, best known for his strong stance against social injustice, and his long-running column "It Seems to Me." Broun worked for the New York Tribune from toand the New York World from towhere his "It Seems to Me" column began.
In he transferred to the New York World 4/5. Anthony Comstock led a life of eager adventure. "It was but the work of a moment to break down these doors, and then get out of the back window, run across the roofs of two houses and into a hotel.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Broun, Heywood, Anthony Comstock. New York, Literary Guild of America, (OCoLC) Comstock gave the English language the term “Comstockery,” which refers to moralistic censorship.
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Postal Inspection Service here. But Comstock was just getting started: for the next forty years, his influence on the crackdown on purveyors of vice would swell as quickly as his infamy. Source: Broun, Heywood and Margaret Leech. Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of the Lord.
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Anthony is listed as a "famous" person on Findagrave and is buried in The Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn. He also has a page on Wikipedia. It appears that Chester. Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of the Lord by Heywood Broun 1 rating, average rating, 1 review Anthony Comstock Quotes Showing of 1 “Any given censor is a fool.
The last major work on Comstock and his suppressive ways was done in by Heywood Broun and Mar garet Leech; it was titled Anthony Comstock: Roundsman of The Lord. Now comes a major new book on Comstock and his censorial calling, a book a decade in the making and rich with historical details based on original sources.
Anthony Comstock was a US postal inspector and politician who advocated for the suppression of obscenity and vice throughout the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Comstock considered any sexually explicit material like pornography and literature related to birth control and abortion as obscene.
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Published Subject: Comstock, Anthony, The Champ Article. THE CHAMP Author: Rick .Anthony Comstock was born in in New Cannan, Connecticut. His father was a prosperous farmer, and his mother was a devout Congregationalist.
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