Other literary forms

(Poets and Poetry in America)

Edgar A. Guest’s prose works resulted largely from his readers’ demands for information about his personal life. Thus, what he did produce in that genre tended to be heavily autobiographical and included such titles as Making a House a Home (1922), My Job as a Father (1923), and What My Religion Means to Me (1925). His autobiography, Between You and Me, appeared in 1938.