WHO, ME? by Betty MacDonald

WHO, ME?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In an edited and revised form this one volume incorporates material from The Egg and I, The Plague and I, Anybody Can Do Anything and Onions in the Stew to form a continuous line of autobiography -- with none of the high spots omitted. From the tales of her parents, to her marriages, jobs, her battles with chicken farming, tuberculosis, and living on an island and raising her two daughters, Betty MacDonald's busy, harried, raffish, ridiculous and gallant days tumble along so that the reader -- particularly new ones -- will get a lively sense of this best-selling author's life.
Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1959
Publisher: Lippincott
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1st, 1959




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