107 pp. Illus. Spine, corners bum[ped. Black cloth boards, red lettering. Text is clean and unmarked. Illustrations by Carl Rose. Written as criticism of Mortimer Adler's work 'How to Read a Book', this volume provides a comic parody of the work. It iopens with the line "for readers who cannot think" and includes chapters on "How to Read in Bed," "Catching on from the Title," and its own list of the Great Books including the Sears Roebuck Catalog, and the Telephone Directory. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall View More...
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