You know me Al: a busher's letters

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Vintage Books, 1960 - Fiction - 218 pages
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This is a collection of humorous letters by a rookie in major legaue baseball many years ago.

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You know me Al

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Lardner's famous collection of humorous short stories gets the no-frills treatment from Dover's "Thrift Editions" series. A buck here buys a million dollars worth of laughs. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION BY WILFRID SHEED
11
PREFACE
17
THE BUSHER COMES BACK
51
Copyright

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About the author (1960)

RING LARDNER is considered the greatest writer of all time on the sport of baseball. His works include "You Know Me, Al, Gullible's Travels, Treat 'Em Rough, The Real Dope, Own Your Own Home, The Big Town," and many others. He died in 1933, at the age of forty-eight.
JEFF SILVERMAN, a former columnist for the" Los Angeles Herald Examiner," has written for" The New York Times, "the" Los Angeles Times," and several national magazines. He is also editor of "The Greatest Baseball Stories Ever Told" (page 206), "Classic Baseball Stories" (page 14), "The Greatest Golf Stories Ever Told "(page 169), "Classic Golf Stories" (page 170), "Bernard" "Darwin on Golf" (page 21), and "The Greatest Boxing Stories Ever Told "(page 206). He lives with his family in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

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