Lanterns & Lances

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Harper, 1961 - American essays - 215 pages
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Contains 24 pieces in which the well-known humorist is largely concerned with the survival of our English language, currently being subjected to much erroneous use.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

There may be one or two essays in this diverse collection you want to skip. That's okay. There's very likely something to please you. I skipped the critique of (homage to) Henry James's works. But I ... Read full review

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read some time ago. Remember little. Read full review

Contents

HOW TO GET THROUGH THE DAY
1
MDDNIGHT AT TIMS PLACE
9
THE DARLINGS AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS
16
Copyright

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