THERE'S ALWAYS ANOTHER WINDMILL by Ogden Nash

THERE'S ALWAYS ANOTHER WINDMILL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nobody who writes so funny Ain't got to write so much or so mony. But seasons come and seasons pash; Still there's more of Ogden Nash. In a non-scantive vein, Homeric ventures Couple in rhyme, ""dentures"" and ""wenchers,"" Not to mention ""harsh pa"" and ""Proust ne marche pas"" In unholy wordlock, comme ci and comme ca. The bogged and gnashing critics croak, ""Yet another masterstroke"" From the '68 Nash, Terror of Poesy--Silly and sly, caustic and coesy.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1968
Publisher: Little, Brown