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Jerome Weidman

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Jerome Weidman (April 4, 1913, Lower East Side, NYC - October 6, 1998, Upper East Side, NYC) was an American playwright and novelist. He collaborated with George Abbott on the book for the musical Fiorello! (music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick), which won the 1960 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Novels

Listed in chronological order, dates listed where known.

  • I Can Get It for You Wholesale (1937)
  • What's in It for Me? (1938)
  • I'll Never Go There Any More (?)
  • The Lights Around the Shore (?)
  • Too Early to Tell (1946)
  • The Price Is Right (?)
  • The Hand of the Hunter (?)
  • Give Me Your Love (?)
  • The Third Angel (?)
  • Your Daughter Iris (?)
  • The Enemy Camp (1958)
  • Before You Go (?)
  • The Sound of Bow Bells (1962)
  • World Of Mouth (?)

Short Stories

Listed in chronological order.

  • The Horse That Could Whistle "Dixie"
  • The Captain's Tiger
  • A Dime a Throw
  • My Father Sits in the Dark

Plays / Theatre

Essays And Travel

Listed in chronological order.

  • Letter of Credit
  • Traveler's Cheque
  • Back Talk

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