LAUGHTER FROM THE RAFTERS by George E. Condon

LAUGHTER FROM THE RAFTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Doors that won't open, lift-tab tops that won't work, telephone dialing systems, fertilizer, automatic elevators, motels, tourists, billboards, holidays, Cleveland winters and Cleveland weather, Bonnie the Beagle, clean vs. dirty desk tops, ""Lament for the porch, cellar,"". . . ""All wet in the machine age,"". . . ""Whatever became of those isolation booths?"" . . . etc. etc. Mr. Condon is a wheeler-dealer commentator from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and one might guess that the folks who read him there will read him here although one might also think that once would be quite enough.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday