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AUTHORS AND OTHERS

New York Times, Sunday, January 18, 1948

Author: Louis Jenkins
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 69, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 529 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 140, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 42
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© 1948, The New York TimesNo. 310
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1. Novelist who was lawyer, publisher, editor, poet and dramatist. : SCOTT
6. Author of "Master Humphrey's Clock." : DICKENS
13. Essayist who was pastor, poet, philosopher and lecturer. : EMERSON
20. Lake in the Sierra Nevada. : TAHOE
21. Poem by Poe. : ISRAFEL
22. ___ Hemans, author of "Casablanca." : FELICIA
23. "The Education of Henry ___." : ADAMS
24. Rough wooden hut: Var. : SHANTEE
25. Bits of finery. : FALLALS
26. Guess wrongly. : ERR
27. Short races. : SPRINTS
29. Shield of Zeus. : EGIS
31. Formerly. : ERST
32. He wrote "The Owl and the Pussy-Cat." : LEAR
34. Secular. : LAIC
35. Editor of the "Tatler." : STEELE
37. Plant of the lily family. : ALOE
39. Narcotic. : HEROIN
42. Dodger. : EVADER
47. Inappropriate name. : MISTITLE
51. Riots. : MELEES
53. Buchanan's name for Edinburgh. : EDINA
54. Author of "The Promised Land." : ANTIN
55. Tooth adapted for cutting. : INCISOR
57. Guiding star. : POLARIS
59. "___ Delight" by Robert Sherwood. : IDIOTS
61. What Thunderhead and Flicka were. : COLTS
62. Cupbearer. : GANYMEDE
63. Where Gopher Prairie is: Abbr. : MINN
64. Companion of D'Artagnan. : ARAMIS
66. Half woman, half bird. : SIREN
67. Slumps. : SAGS
68. Guardian spirit of Mexican Indians. : NAGUA
69. Fragrant gum. : MATTI
70. Jumble. : MASH
74. Wife of David Copperfield. : AGNES
75. Gate. : PORTAL
76. On top of. : ONTO
77. Causes again. : REBREEDS
81. Wheel spokes. : RADII
82. He wrote "Frenzied Finance." : LAWSON
84. "L'___" by Milton. : ALLEGRO
85. Form of pianoforte. : CELESTA
87. Bovine animal. : BEEVE
88. Utah Indian. : PIUTE
89. "The Weaver of Raveloe." : MARNER
91. Early English king. : ETHELRED
93. "___ Agonistes" by Milton. : SAMSON
95. Flyer. : SOARER
97. ___ Caine. : HALL
98. Philosopher who quarreled with Leibnitz. : NEWTON
100. Mimic. : APER
102. Playwright who was drama critic. : SHAW
106. Exclamation. : AHEM
110. Old-fashioned wagon. : WAIN
111. Lariat made of horse hair. : MACARTE
114. Attention. : EAR
115. Casts rays again. : REBEAMS
117. Boston diplomat, essayist and educator. : EVERETT
119. Trumpet sound. : BLARE
121. British naval captain, author of sea novels. : MARRYAT
122. City in the Argentine. : ROSARIO
123. Poet who sat in House of Lords. : BYRON
124. City in Washington. : SPOKANE
125. She played Sadie Thompson on the screen. : SWANSON
126. Alpine herdsmen. : SENNS
1. Mme. de ___. : STAEL
2. Framework. : CADRE
3. Scarlett ___. : OHARA
4. Savior of Injun Joe. : TOM
5. Heroine of 1891 novel. : TESS
6. Novelist who became Prime Minister. : DISRAELI
7. Japanese diplomat. : ISHII
8. Christopher P. ___, American poet. : CRANCH
9. Tutor, professor, philosopher and bachelor. : KANT
10. Newts. : EFTS
11. Formerly. : NEE
12. More slippery. : SLEETIER
13. Heroine of "Heart of Midlothian." : EFFIE
14. Larva of a tapeworm. : MEASLE
15. 45 inches. : ELL
16. Vex. : RILE
17. Blemish. : SCAR
18. Lubricates. : OILS
19. Civil War cartoonist. : NAST
28. Main story. : PLOT
30. ___ Fowler, author of "Solo in Tom-Toms." : GENE
33. Soldiers' food. : RATIONS
35. Arias. : SOLOS
36. Dilettante and diarist (1620–1706). : EVELYN
38. Cotton fiber. : LINT
40. Iago's wife. : EMILIA
41. Slumbers. : RESTS
43. Old servant in "As You Like It." : ADAM
44. Dreadful. : DIRE
45. Geraint's wife. : ENID
46. Demolish. : RASE
47. Cripples. : MAIMS
48. Scene of "Kim." : INDIA
49. Bite. : STING
50. Places in a zoo. : ENCAGES
52. Lacedaemon. : SPARTA
56. Masque by Milton. : COMUS
58. Dramatist who went to sea. : ONEILL
60. Family in "The Constant Nymph." : SANGER
62. Philistine of Gath. : GITTITE
65. "Roderick ___" by Smollett. : RANDOM
66. Hindu garments. : SARIS
69. Moderate: French. : MODERE
70. Novelist who began as a printer. : MOWELLS
71. Graylag goose. : ANSER
72. Where Hedda burns the ms. : STOVE
73. Whetted. : HONED
74. Father of Antipholus twins. : AEGEON
75. Whiter. : PALER
77. Knocks. : RAPS
78. C. Lamb. : ELIA
79. French Premier, 1936–37. : BLUM
80. Steeps. : RETS
81. French historian. : RENAN
83. Son of Eve. : ABEL
85. Singers. : CROONERS
86. She wrote "Black Oxen." : ATHERTON
90. Birthplace of the poet Alfieri. : ASTI
92. Stag. : HART
94. Author of "Lead, Kindly Light." : NEWMAN
96. Fast horses. : RACERS
99. "The ___ Land" by T. S. Eliot. : WASTE
101. Courtyard. : PATIO
103. Author who became a Japanese citizen. : HEARN
104. Moses' brother. : AARON
105. Singing birds. : WRENS
106. "___ and the Man." : ARMS
107. "A ___ o' Livin' " by E. A. Guest. : HEAP
108. River in Spain. : EBRO
109. Mark: Scot. : MERK
111. Natural terrace. : MESA
112. Isles in Galway Bay. : ARAN
113. Recedes. : EBBS
116. Consort of Shamash. : AYA
118. Promise. : VOW
120. Soap ingredient. : LYE

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 32 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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