Authored by a writer and printer of house organs- in which this material presumably had its genesis- this is a fairly...

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THE BUSINESS OF LIFE

Authored by a writer and printer of house organs- in which this material presumably had its genesis- this is a fairly expansive running commentary on life which reflects a certain cheerful benevolence and tolerance, an occasional plain clothes humor. Whether in shorter (the epigram) or longer (a paragraph or two) form, these home grown truths originate at a common denominator level, range from business, money, success, failure, advertising, selling, to home life, marriage, food, pets, sleep, health, travel, clothes, farm life, famous people, etc., etc., etc. And we have an uneasy premonition that the publishers might possibly be grooming this for the Dale Carnegie market. Consider yourselves- if not encouraged- at least alerted.

Pub Date: Sept. 16, 1949

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1949