Abe and Mawruss: Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter

Montague GLASS (1877 - 1934)

Montague Glass was a lawyer who eventually abandoned the practice of law to write full time. He wrote a series of stories in the New York Post about a pair of popular characters in the predominantly Jewish garment trade. Many of the plots were derived from trade problems he saw as a lawyer. This is the second book of the collected stories; his Potash and Perlmutter stories were also made into stage plays and even movies that were very popular in their time. - Summary by ToddHW

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Sympathy realisticspeakers
00:40:26
Play 02 The Judgement of Paris realisticspeakers
00:45:38
Play 03 Dead Men's Shoes, Part 1 realisticspeakers
00:30:31
Play 04 Dead Men's Shoes, Part 2 realisticspeakers
00:38:04
Play 05 The Raincoat King realisticspeakers
00:45:53
Play 06 A Return to Arcady, Part 1 realisticspeakers
00:34:39
Play 07 A Return to Arcady, Part 2 realisticspeakers
00:24:25
Play 08 A Present for Mr. Geigrmann, Part 1 realisticspeakers
00:29:18
Play 09 A Present for Mr. Geigrmann, Part 2 realisticspeakers
00:33:08
Play 10 Brothers All, Part 1 realisticspeakers
00:23:15
Play 11 Brothers All, Part 2 realisticspeakers
00:39:14
Play 12 R. S. V. P. Edmonds
00:12:38
Play 13 Firing Miss Cohen Edmonds
00:18:15
Play 14 Aux Italiens realisticspeakers
00:42:28
Play 15 Man Proposes, Part 1 realisticspeakers
00:20:11
Play 16 Man Proposes, Part 2 realisticspeakers
00:32:48