Constantine Vlacmose was anything, but weird. How could a weird man hold down a responsible job like his, a job that called for the utmost stability, mental clarity, intestinal fortitude, fearlessness, well, you get the idea now. You don't think being a cabby in New York City is easy, do you! You try dealing with the crowded streets, the thousands of cars, buses, and trucks, two million on-rushing pedestrians, blaring noise, accidents, cops, firefighters, and assorted other distractions. Easy, are you joking! From: Are You An Ass, A Fool, Or A You-Know-What? So begins one of Elias Sassoon's short stories in Sassoon's Sketches For A Saturday Afternoon.Sassoon is often humorous, usually thoughtful, and always entertaining in these enchanting tales.
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About the Author
Elias Sassoon is the author of published novels and short story collections. These include: Brothers of the Four Corners; Sassoon's Sketches; Headhunter's On Parade; Hero Bountiful; Jewish Days; Some Arab Souls Dripping; Pig's Court America; Record of Mutilation; Sassoon's Friends; Sassoon's Sketches For A Saturday Afternoon.