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|Address to the National Federation of Associations Convention, Minneapolis, June 12, 1993||1|
|The Chuck Show of Television||41|
|The Mid-life Crisis of Dionysus||59|
|Buddy the Leper||73|
|Mr. St. Paul||95|
|That Old Picayune-Moon||101|
|Roy Bradley, Boy Broadcaster||143|
|Omoo the Wolf Boy||193|
|The Country Mouse and the City Mouse||203|
|Casey at the Bat (Road Game)||207|
|Herb Johnson, the God of Canton||213|
|Winthrop Thorpe Tortuga||247|
|Christmas in Vermont||283|
|Zeus the Lutheran||317|
Posted December 4, 2008
This book is geared towards the much maligned male. My wife read it and didn't get the appeal, but every man I've suggested it to thought it was hilarious. I read it on a plane to Florida and laughed out loud. This is the perfect gift for any guy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 19, 2004
I think that in some parts of the book it was quite depressing. The book started off on a good note, but then ended with a bad one. I feel as though his humor is cruel.
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Posted August 29, 2002
There are at least as many reasons why guys should feel foolish about their gender as there are reasons to leave your lover. Keillor makes a good start. Perhaps its best that HE do it, in the interest of education, which they so badly need. One of the reasons that they ARE so foolish is their eons long refusal to listen to anything a woman would tell them--like directions to the place they have gotten lost finding, why they don't want to make love tonight, why their kids aren't listening to them, how to make something work and other things guys can't stand to be told by anyone. So let Keillor do it. Maybe he can get thru.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.