Physically there was nothing the matter with him; he could have passed his rigid insurance scrutiny as easily as he had done months before, when his life and health had been insured for a sum that made good copy for his press-agent.
He thought at first that this picture of his home was some new and delicate device put forth by his press-agent.
Mr. GEORGE BELLAMY'S Welsh Disestablisher and Mr. GRIFFITH HUMPHREYS' exuberant German press-agent of the pre-war period were both really shrewd studies.
It was not long before the press-agents of the dumb presager found a romancer willing to undertake the task that Defoe neglected.
She is the funniest woman in the world--not in her press-agent's imagination, but in cold, sober fact.
She saw herself throning in a central panel at the spring exhibition, with the crowd pushing about the picture, repeating her name; and she decided to stop on the way home and telephone her press-agent to do a paragraph about Popple's tea.