The Verse of Alfred Lichtenstein by Alfred Lichtenstein

The Verse of Alfred Lichtenstein (a critique by Lichtenstein himself) I Because I believe that many do not understand the verse of Lichtenstein, do not correctly understand, do not clearly understand– II The first eighty poems are lyric. In the usual sense. They are not much different from poetry that praises gardens. The content is

The Prose of Alfred Lichtenstein

This etext was produced by Michael Pullen, globaltraveler5565@yahoo.com. The Prose of Alfred Lichtenstein Alfred Lichtenstein The Winner Max Mechenmal was an independent manager of a newspaper kiosk. He ate and drank well; he had relations with many women, but he was careful. Because his salary was insufficient, he occasionally permitted himself to take money from