1895. Illustrated. Bangs wrote mostly comic satirical fiction and is immortalized by the term Bangsian, which refers to a fantasy set in the afterlife, usually involving famous dead folk as the characters. Contents: Charon Makes a Discovery; A Disputed Authorship; Washington Gives a Dinner; Hamlet Makes a Suggestion; The House Committee Discuss the Poets; Some Theories, Darwinian and Otherwise; A Discussion as to Ladies' Day; A Discontented Shade; As to Cookery and Sculpture; Storytellers' Night; As to Saurians and Others; and The Houseboat Disappears. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.