HUSBANDS ARE DIFFICULT by Phyllis McGinley

HUSBANDS ARE DIFFICULT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Readers of the New Yorker and the SEP watch for the doings of Cliver Ames, Phyllis McGinley's stock character on whom she pins all the foibles and eccentricities of the male animal. Her verse is amusing, trite, smart, tricky, forced, and again amusing. Extremely quotable -- at inauspicious (or let's say tactless) moments. Good gift item.

Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce