LIFE IN A PUTTY KNIFE FACTORY by H. Ailen Smith
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LIFE IN A PUTTY KNIFE FACTORY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Even funnier than Low Man on a Totem Pole, so if you had a market for that, this is sure fire follow up. It is mad and cockeyed and broad and vulgar in a nice way , he really is not offensive. There's a potpourri of personality profiles, ranging from Hugh Troy to Fred Allen and ing Crosby; he takes some swats at culture and personalities. His text is full of incidents in the experience of being an author, sidelights on the newspaper game, on Hollywood, on the eccentricities of other authors. Lots of chuckles; and its share of belly laughs.

Pub Date: March 5th, 1943
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran