Summary: A gift collection of witty one-liners by the New Yorker writer and first woman elected to the Harvard Lampoon celebrates the universal advice of her mother and is accompanied by full-color illustrations by a New Yorker staff cartoonist. Illustrations.
Publisher / Publication Date: Celadon Books 2019
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Summary: " "I believe Freud got it wrong when he said that the two basic drives that motivate our thoughts and behavior are 1) sex and 2) death, which he sometimes called aggression, go figure. So what runs the show, then? Fear of embarrassment prevails until theage of thirty, followed by the desire to lose weight, and finally, the need to sit down." In LETS BE LESS STUPID, longtime New Yorker staffer...
Publisher / Publication Date: Twelve 2015
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Summary: Patricia Marx's neurotic heroine falls for philosopher Eugene Obello during her graduate school days in Cambridge, England; later, the heroine becomes a TV writer on a hit comedy show in New York, and coincidentally, Eugene moves to New York.
Publisher / Publication Date: Thorndike Press 2007