I'm a Stranger Here Myself

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Little, Brown, 1943 - Humorous poetry, American - 283 pages
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A book of verses previously appearing in various magazines.

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Review: I'm a Stranger Here Myself

User Review  - Richard Ward - Goodreads

Ogden Nash was known for his supershort funny poems, such as Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker. When Rex Stout, one of my favorite writers of detective novels, was getting on everyone's nerves by ... Read full review

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User Review  - Neil McCrea - Goodreads

Ogden Nash is always a joy to read even if he is often superficial and goofy. To describe him as Dr. Seuss for adults would not be entirely off base. The major criticism I hear when talking about Nash ... Read full review

Contents

Fellow Creatures
177
This Is Going to Hurt Just a Little Bit
222
Just Keep Quiet and Nobody Will Notice
228
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