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The Pocket Book of Ogden Nash
The Pocket Book of Ogden Nash
Author: Ogden Nash
Here in one volume is the best of Ogden Nash. — Nimble and naughty, lyric and laughing, lighter than air, sharply penetrating, these poems bear the unmistakable stamp of an authentic comic genius of our day and age. — Ogden Nash has a unique and memorable talent. He is a shrewd humorist who comments on everything under the sun. Here are his best...  more »
ISBN: 198959
Publication Date: 5/1973
Pages: 199
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Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I adored Ogden Nash back in the day (of my teens and twenties). The Termite: "Some primal termite knocked on wood, and tasted it and found it good. And that is why your cousin May, fell through the parlor floor today." I mean, what is not to love??! His poems will definitely make you smile....and think.
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