THAT MAN IN BALTIMORE
By 1921, Mencken became known as “That Man in Baltimore”. This chapter presents a rare look into the private life of a very public man. Mencken's relationships with his mother and siblings are explored. His work, including his voluminous correspondence and writing habits ere examined, as is his major source of recreation: making music with The Saturday Night Club.
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