chloemakesbooks's review

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3.0

Giving up on this. Those of you who know me know how much I hate doing that, but this was really more of a sample this, read that book than a sit down and devour book. A lot of the humor simply wasn't relatable, being from the 30's and all. However, got a few good chuckles in, and my does one look stylish when one reads the New Yorker in any of its forms. 2 1/2 stars, really.

torts's review

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3.0

Too clever for its own good. Three stars for ambivalence!

uncleflannery's review

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5.0

I bought this book for the Garrison Keillor! Just kidding. I can't stand Garrison Keillor. I bought it for the Jack Handey.

"I am willing to do these things because I believe that until people can sit around a desert campfire and go 'Shhh, hear that?' and then listen for the plaintive howl of me, we as a society have lost something." -JH
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