SCENES FROM THE MESOZOIC by Clarence Day

SCENES FROM THE MESOZOIC

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here's a book you'll have to pass around to your sales force. If they like it, they can sell it. But it should be given to customers the same way -- a dip in here and there. Some of the material has appeared in the New Yorker and elsewhere. But together, it seems to merge into a continuity with a cynical undercurrent of social implication and a sly, if somewhat warped, humor. Amusing nonsense text -- but it's the pictures that will sell the book. Reproduction excellent -- gives the impression of a portfolio of drawings.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1935
Publisher: Yale Press