One fell soup, or, I'm just a bug on the windshield of life

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Penguin, Feb 7, 1984 - Fiction - 278 pages
A collection of satire, fiction, criticism, invective, reflection, reporting, and verse focuses on such topics as Ronald Reagan, black holes, male sexuality, pigs, television, economics, bowling, and chickens

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Contents

The SingingImpaired
13
Reagan Begin and God
22
Eat That Wig Wear That Sandwich
29
Copyright

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ROY BLOUNT JR. is the author of 19 previous books, most recently "Feet on the Street: Rambles Around New Orleans". He is a panelist on NPRs "Wait Wait...Dont Tell Me", a columnist for Oxford American, a contributing editor to "The Atlantic Monthly, " and president of the Authors Guild. "TIME" puts him squarely in the tradition of the great curmudgeons like H.L. Mencken and W.C. Fields. He lives in western Massachusetts.

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