FELTON & FOWLER'S BEST, WORST, AND MOST UNUSUAL, T.Y. by Bruce & Mark Fowler Felton

FELTON & FOWLER'S BEST, WORST, AND MOST UNUSUAL, T.Y.

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Oscar Wilde said ""It is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information--""the prefatory remark to this book. He also said, Messrs. Felton and Fowler, that ""an unbiased opinion is always absolutely valueless"" so we're with him and you and this miscellany of controversial categorical judgments. The Worst Museum is the Syphilis Museum in London, the Best Library that city's British Museum; the Best Poet is Robert Frost, oh well, and the Worst Edgar Guest; the Best Newspaper is The New York Times and the best magazine Encounter; the Best Diet is Weight Watcher's and the Worst, Stillman's. And how about that most unusual grave (in the hollow of an oak tree) or erogenous zone (courtesy of Freud--the nose . . . . An automatic attractant to be read during some of those best/worst moments--in the dentist's waiting room, during a commercial, or when you're faced with one of those black little white nights.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Crowell