Harry Crosby (4 June 1898 - 10 December 1929 / Boston, Massachusetts)
Harry Crosby was an American heir, a bon vivant, poet, publisher, and for some, epitomized the Lost Generation in American literature. He was the son of one of the richest banking families in New England, a member of the Boston Brahmin, and the nephew of Jane Norton Grew, the wife of financier J. P. Morgan, Jr.. As such, he was heir to a portion of a substantial family fortune. He was a volunteer in the American Field Service during World War I, and later served in the U.S. Ambulance Corps. He narrowly escaped with his life.
Profoundly affected by his experience in World War I, Crosby vowed to live life on his own terms and abandoned all pretense of living the expected life of a ... more »
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- Folies de Femmes
- Gold and Grey
- Hill of the Foreskins
- I Drink To The Sun
- In Search of the Young Wizard
- Invocation to the Mad Queen
- Magic Formula