Great humorist at his best — 39 prodigal pieces never before collected, all from Liberty Magazine in the early 30s. Gentle, urbane wit aimed at taxes, horse racing, Europeans who live their own stereotypes, sand kicked in one's face at the beach, and much more. Illustrations by Peter Arn... read more
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Great humorist at his best — 39 prodigal pieces never before collected, all from Liberty Magazine in the early 30s. Gentle, urbane wit aimed at taxes, horse racing, Europeans who live their own stereotypes, sand kicked in one's face at the beach, and much more. Illustrations by Peter Arno.
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