NOW TO BE POOR by Frank Fay

NOW TO BE POOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A monologue, by the former vaudeville success, now the mainstay of the delightful fantasy, Harvey, packing them in on Broadway. He reverses the old formulas for success. He advises against the evils of money and achievement. He tells how to shun such impediments as savings accounts, taxes, budgets...the moral hazards which fortunes entail, the philosophical and physical virtues of poverty. Obvious enough claptrap, and one wonders who will buy it?

Pub Date: Nov. 12th, 1945
Publisher: Prentice-Hall