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Damon Runyon[edit]

Thanks for your message and your edits to Damon Runyon. Generally it doesn't make sense to list the individual short works of an author in a biog - all the articles of a journalist, all the poems of a poet, all the essays of an essayist, all the stories of a short story writer - because there are usually too many. There are some authors, like Katherine Mansfield, who died young and didn't write many published stories. There are some list articles that seek to delineate all the stories of a writer, such as Wodehouse. The writers are generally dead and the lists are generally incomplete and unreferenced. I would support a new list article of Runyon's stories, especially if the list is complete and ref'd. I'd appreciate hearing your thoughts on this. Best wishes Span (talk) 21:11, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

I happened to see this discussion. Since he was famous for the stories, I would support including them; a list might be better, but there is no reason why the information should not be here in the meantime. Therefore I restored it, with a discussion on the article talk p. DGG ( talk ) 23:30, 15 February 2014 (UTC)

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