Crazy quilt: remarkable comic confusions including sinister dishes and weird arrangements, high life, bureaucracy gone mad, antilogies, and other threats to public order

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HarperCollins, Nov 1, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 106 pages
The author of Most Remarkable Occurrences gathers witty commentaries and anecdotes on such subjects as travel, high life, food, bureaucracy, manners, business, and language. 15,000 first printing.

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About the author (1996)

John Train founded Train, Smith Investment Counsel and is chairman of Montrose Advisors, both of New York. His bestselling books on investing include "The Craft of Investing, The Money Masters, The New Money Masters, " and "The Midas Touch." He has written several hundred columns for "The Wall Street Journal, " "Forbes, The New York Times, Harvard Magazine, The Financial Times, " and other publications. He is a part-time director of two independent government agencies reporting directly to Congress and of several emerging market mutual funds. He lives in New York, spends summers in Maine, and travels frequently to Europe, Asia, and South America.

Le-Tan was born in France. He has worked with major magazines in Europe and the U.S., also has illustrated many books for children and adults.

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