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Memoirs of a Mangy Lover de  Groucho Marx  

Memoirs of a Mangy Lover
de Groucho Marx

Manor Books

Edición: 1963
Tomos: 1
Medidas: 10,7 x 17,7 cm
Estado: Bueno
Género: Novela en Ingles - Otros generos
Peso: 180 gramos

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Descripción del libro usado "Memoirs of a Mangy Lover"

In Memoirs of a Mangy Lover Groucho turns his manic eyebrows and spirited cigar to the ever-perplexing affairs of the heart while fully addressing the Marxian passion for poker. This wacky eclectic book includes Groucho''s improbable tales of true romance; his irreverent observations on talent, luck, and what this country really needs; his battles with pigeons and hotel detectives; an account of a blind date who knew a comedy when she saw it (even if it was Death of a Salesman); the "reason" for Harpo''s silence; Groucho''s unnatural history of love, which traces its unruly evolution from amoeba to alimony; his view on polygamy (and how to attain it); the stunning parallels between Groucho and Lawrence of Arabia; and, of course, plenty of blondes, brunettes, and redheads. So why buy a duck, when instead you can own the Memoirs of a Many Lover?

Editorial Reviews

From Library Journal:

The one and only Groucho turned his razor wit to the subject of love as well as remembrances of his brothers and some general "Marxist" philosophy in this 1963 volume. Groucho''s observations are buttressed with illustrations by Leo Hershfield. You can never go wrong with Groucho.

Midwest Book Review:

Groucho''s tales of romance, hard luck, and successes blends wry humor with his unusual perspectives on life. Any studying film history in general and Groucho in particular will want to consider this lively supplemental reading.

Illustrated by Leo Hershfield.

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