YOU WOULDN'T KNOW ME FROM ADAM by Colonel Steopnagle

YOU WOULDN'T KNOW ME FROM ADAM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The ""titan of trivia"" (see Fred Allen's introductory remarks) presents a gled autobiography, poetry, interview, invention, fantastic tales, dictionary, -- a ""compendium of fantasy and fiddle-faddle -- from a life fraught with caper and prank"" (again Mr. A.). There are puns, phenomena, little known men of industry, vegetable raising, blotters, Halloween, calendars, fruit, Manhattan travels, fashions, househunting, detecting, crossword puzzles, ulcers, alliteration, etc., and the Colonel's own process of ruining rhymes...It's wacky, often funny, and for very unserious moods. Radio and SEP market will help.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1944
Publisher: Whittlesey House