THE PLEASURE IS ALL MINE by

THE PLEASURE IS ALL MINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A larky once over lightly of the author's (Where Are The Customers' Yachts?) personal history, to date. It includes sketches of his long-suffering parents (particularly Pop, whose ideas, perhaps unorthodox, certainly were interesting, whether they be on education, horses, finance or several other items), the problems of adolescence (""when you are in it you're so young""), schools both prep and college and the friends who made them bearable, the three and a quarter long years at college which ended in his being expelled, almost to his father's delight, the way in which sports, cards, women, country living, and a wide variety of other things, affect him. With an accent on the positive, he offers a very pleasant, sometimes really funny, ramble with an alive, quirky, entertaining personality which men particularly will enjoy.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1951
Publisher: Simon & Schuster