GOOD INTENTIONS by Ogden Nash
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GOOD INTENTIONS

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Master of the mangled verse continues his demented way in a new volume, that will regale his many followers as he poetizes the animal, vegetable and human kingdoms. He describes his many Dr. Fells, comments on varieties of personal experiences, social activities, foibles and fancies of his fellows. There are a few less frivolous pieces on the present war...A good holiday buy, and the first Nash since I'm A Stranger Here Myself.

Pub Date: Nov. 17th, 1942
Publisher: Little, Brown