John Held, Jr.


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illustrator known for his woodcuts and drawings imitating this technique, which burlesqued the style and subject matter of the 1890s. Both as author and as artist, in such books as Grim Youth (1930) and The Flesh Is Weak (1931), he was considered a leading interpreter of the younger generation of the jazz age.

Subjects: Literature.

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