Community Post: 10 Historic Literary Cliques

A political cartoon scrawled with the words “A typical scene at the Dill Pickle Club,” a Chicago nightclub that hosted writers like Upton Sinclair and Emma Goldman (Credit: Image from Frontier to Heartland) airshipdaily.com / Via Black Balloon Publishing

Cliques aren’t solely for sorting the jocks from the goths from the preps from the skaters. Here are 10 literary cliques — united by location, identity or politics — that helped shape American writing in the 20th century.

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