Sleep till Noon: A Novel by Max Shulman

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Sleep till Noon: A Novel

'Praise for Max Shulman “The first person I ever laughed at while reading was Max Shulman.” —Woody Allen   “Students of humor [should] brainwash themselves with the best expressions of the art by reading . . . Max Shulman.” —Steve Allen   “Ribald, outrageous, careening humor that was no respecter of boundaries.” —Los Angeles Times   “Shulman was a satirist with a sunny disposition. . . . A Woody Allen without neuroses.” —Richard Corliss     “Wry, cynical, intelligent, irreverent—nothing is sacred on Shulman’s campus.” —Elinor Lipman   “Shulman is a brilliant satirist. His extraordinary word choice is the core of his humor. Often the bitter core.” —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   “A combination of artists shaped my sense of humor: Robert Benchley with the printed word. Max Shulman and James Thurber.” —Bob Newhart   “Funny and frantic . . . Very wise and sharp satire.” —Ed Grant, Media Funhouse'
'Praise for Max Shulman “The first person I ever laughed at while reading was Max Shulman.” —Woody Allen   “Students of humor [should] brainwash themselves with the best expressions of the art by reading . . . Max Shulman.” —Steve Allen   “Ribald, outrageous, careening humor that was no respecter of boundaries.” —Los Angeles Times   “Shulman was a satirist with a sunny disposition. . . . A Woody Allen without neuroses.” —Richard Corliss     “Wry, cynical, intelligent, irreverent—nothing is sacred on Shulman’s campus.” —Elinor Lipman   “Shulman is a brilliant satirist. His extraordinary word choice is the core of his humor. Often the bitter core.” —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   “A combination of artists shaped my sense of humor: Robert Benchley with the printed word. Max Shulman and James Thurber.” —Bob Newhart   “Funny and frantic . . . Very wise and sharp satire.” —Ed Grant, Media Funhouse'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504027816 Pages: 142