Douglas's wife, Reiko is Japanese and she spends a lot of the time cooking, a skill which Douglas praises. I've had this on my shelf for a couple of years - bought it second hand from the public library. Hardcoverpages. THe title is amazing, the book itself not so much.
It's worth a read just to say you've read it.
The title though? Edition: First Edition. In his film "Anything Else," Woody Allen as his character David Dobel references one of Douglas' books, "Never Trust A Naked Bus Driver," in this bit of dialogue: "Years ago, Falk, a very wonderful comedy writer wrote a very funny book, with a deep, a really deep and meaningful title.
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Mar 15, Kyleen Valleaux rated it liked it. Putnam's Sons first published I didn't get about half of the cultural references. For other people named Jack Douglas, see Jack Douglas disambiguation. Retrieved January 8, — via Newspapers.
Inventory : Or was his original intent not hurtful or hateful but just a comedian's style of poking fun at all of us in a time that was less politically correct and now, taken out of the time period written, seems offensive?
Mar 15, Kyleen Valleaux rated it liked it. First Edition. View 2 comments. It's supposed to be humorous fiction, but it's a little too dated for me to get the groovy jokes.