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The roaring (drunk) 20s: literature's biggest party animals
The life of a writer can be a quiet business, spent hunched over a manuscript in a quiet countryside house. In a contemporary twist, writers usually live God-knows-where in order to teach in a creative writing program. But for much of the 20th century, writers flocked to cities. This was particularly true in the 1910s and 1920s, when modernism was exploding onto the scene. So, in the evenings, the greats often broke their solitude to commune with each other over a drink (or seven).