Great American Pie Company, The
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- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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- Dimensions (in):0.1 x 5.9 x 8.9
- Publication Date:October 18, 2003
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A short story about the daydreams of Ephraim Deacon and his friend Phineas Doolittle who plan to corner the pie market. Three illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele. Ellis Parker Butler (1869-1937) was a native of Muscatine, Iowa. Dropping out of high school to help support the family he worked in a number of jobs including ones in a spice mill, an oatmeal mill, a china store, and a wholesale grocery. Moving to New York City in 1896, he began writing for trade magazines such as the Tailor's Review, the Wall Paper News, and The Decorative Furnisher. In 1905, his humorous short story, Pigs is Pigs appeared in the American Magazine, and the following year it was published in book form. Its phenomenal success allowed Butler to give up editing trade papers and turn to full-time authorship.
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