High in humor, and in high hysteria, Perelman indulges his Mitty-like charact in a round the world in ""80 cliches"",...

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High in humor, and in high hysteria, Perelman indulges his Mitty-like charact in a round the world in ""80 cliches"", supercharged by his traveling companion, Al Hir feld, whose illustrations will enliven an already lively, poisonous baedeker a la Pare No record of a tour has ever described such flea bags, slanty eyed dutthroats, unrefi lack of enthusiasm for such a trip, no traveler has exhibited such maddened response to foreign sights. Whether he is berating accommodations, Hirschfeld, fellow travelers, feed, transportation or local habits. Perelman gives a jumbo sized portion of his mumbo, lets the buffoon quiet down a few times to make a serious statement of appreciation, and in general stays off the record for an irascible, irrelevant passage in purgatory.

Pub Date: Aug. 5, 1948

ISBN: 158080067X

Page Count: -

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1948