J. H. Pillionnel, instructor in the French Department, is soon to issue a volume of poetry entitled "Poemes D'Amerique", which is based on his ten year's stay in this country. The volume will contain a variety of short spontaneous lyrics, and a long epic on the question of prohibition. The chief interest of the epic lies in M. Pillionnel's novel means of presentation, for he has combined the advantage of his French viewpoint with a keen sense of humor to portray prohibition as a saint fighting the evils of liquor after their long sway in pre-prohibition days.
Pillionnel to Publish Poems
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