Further episodes in the saga of the little house halfway up the next block, in which ""Uncle Fletcher, from Dixon, Is a...

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VIC AND SADE: The Best Radio Plays of Paul Rhymer

Further episodes in the saga of the little house halfway up the next block, in which ""Uncle Fletcher, from Dixon, Is a House-Guest,"" ""Vic Confides in Rush About Mothers,"" ""Schoolmate Telephones Sade from the Bus Station at 4:20 A.M.""--for starters. In his foreword Jean Shepherd speaks of Rhymer's ""wild and subtle imagination""; regrets that he ""never wrote for the more recognized media""; suggests assembling a convivial group and reading the scripts aloud. Astute observations all.

Pub Date: Aug. 1, 1976

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Publisher: Seabury

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1976