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literature and alcoholic culture
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Appearing at a time when America stood so reluctantly on the doorstep of the Prohibition era, an unnamed editor at THE LITERARY DIGEST compiled a number of quotes from numerous literary sources as if to illustrate the deep roots the Western world of belles-lettres has invested in the culture of alcohol.

Click here to read a 1943 article that looks back on the ten years since the repeal of that law.

     


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Farewell to Alcohol  (Literary Digest, 1919)

Farewell to Alcohol  (Literary Digest, 1919)

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