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Creator: Damon Runyon

"Now one time it comes on Christmas, and in fact it is the evening before Christmas, and I am in Good Time Charley Bernstein's little speakeasy in West Forty-seventh Street, wishing Charley a Merry Christmas and having a few hot Tom and Jerrys with him."

Damon Runyon (1880 1946) is an American journalist and author, best known for his short stories about the colorful gamblers, gangsters and hustlers of New York City in the early part of the twentieth century. His stories are narrated in the first person by an anonymous narrator with a distinctive slang-laced style that avoids past and future tense.

Notable adaptations of Runyon stories include:

Damon Runyon's stories provide examples of:


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alternative title(s): Damon Runyon
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