Harcourt Brace (1943), Edition: 1st, 211 pages
LibraryThing member unclebob53703
Some of the best and funniest cartoons ever made, by a genuine American treasure. This has an inlaid autograph by William Windom, who starred in the (short-lived) TV series My World and Welcome To It, which was based on Thurber's writings. Met him when I was in college and doing a review of his
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LibraryThing member bunnyjadwiga
I have such a huge weakness for Thurber, especially his cartoons, despite the misogyny sometimes depicted in his view of the world (not to mention the misanthropy; in Thurber's world, only the dogs are innocent, and they are puzzled). Includes "That's my first wife up there...", "Here, here,
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