This portrait of the humorist by his son is the happiest of associations and the affection does much to warm the account....

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ROBERT BENCHLEY: A Biography

This portrait of the humorist by his son is the happiest of associations and the affection does much to warm the account. From youth and the early decision to write, on to later years there is the range of his humor, the difficulties of deadlines, the curion of collaboration. All in all, a tremendously entertaining as well as touching tribute in which none of the sparkle has rubbed off.

Pub Date: Nov. 3, 1955

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1955