I’m a Stranger Here Myself

Ogden Nash

Published by Little, Brown & Co., 1938

“Clearly Ogden Nash is God’s gift to the United States…. Genuine comic talent is nearly priceless. Mr. Nash is our best literary comedian since Will Rogers. He has become, in a strictly Shakespearian sense, America’s number one fool, though in any other sense he is nobody’s fool.” – Atlantic Monthly

“As any fairly conducted Gallup poll will show, the average American heart leaps up when it beholds a new book by Ogden Nash. Few of our national bards, past or present, have so consistently, with so light and sure a touch illuminated the inconsistencies and capriciousness of contemporary life.” – New York Times

Condition: Good, front cover is a bit worn and torn, inside looks well-preserved