You can't get there from here; [poems] Drawings by Maurice Sendak.


[1st ed.].. Boston, Little, Brown [1957] .

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Subjects Humorous poetry, American.
Description 190 pages illustrations 20 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Contents Anybody for money? or, just bring your own basket -- Birthday on the beach -- So I resigned from the chu chin chowder and marching club -- Nature-walks, or, not to mention a dopping of sheldrakes -- Ring out the old, ring in the new, but don't get caught in between -- Ms. found under a serviette in a lovely home -- Don't be cross, Amanda -- Oafishness sells good, like an advertisement should -- Sic Semper Mr. Sherman's temper, or, kindly place your order in English -- And how keen was the vision of Sir Launfal? -- The solitude of Mr. Powers -- A brief guide to rhyming, or, how be the little busy doth? -- Can I get you a glass of water? or, please close the glottis after you -- Chacun à son Berlitz -- I spy, or, the depravity of privacy -- The nymph and the shephard, or, she went that-a-way -- The emancipation of Mr. Poplin, or, skoal to the skimmerless.
The buses headed for Scranton -- Fee Fi Ho Hum, No wonder baby sucks her thumb -- An enthusiast is a devotee is a rooter, or, Mr. Hemingway, meet Mr. Stengel -- The education of Athelny Jones, or, are there more radios in hacks than hacks in radio? -- Go ahead, it will do you good, or, her eyes are bigger than his stomach -- Your lead, partner, I hope we've read the same book -- The ring in Grandfather's nose -- Ho, Varlet! My two cents' worth of penny postcard -- Good-by now, or, pardon my gauntlet -- It would have been quicker to walk, or, don't tell me we're there already -- Come on in, the senility is fine -- Exit, pursued by a bear -- And that's why I always take the Oakland Ferry to Beverly Hills -- All's brillig in Tin Pan Alley -- The literary scene -- Anybody else hate nickynames? -- The bargain -- The comic spirit, or, never say die, say kick the bucket.
The man on the shelf -- The birthday that never was: A February fantasy -- Detroit, spare that wheel -- Caesar knifed again, or, culture biz gets hep, boffs profs -- Do you plan to speak Bantu? or, abbreviation is the thief of sanity -- How to tell a kitchen from a cuisine: take a quick look at ours -- I can hardly wait for the sandman -- If fun is fun, isn't that enough? -- Mr. Burgess, meet Mr. Barmecide -- Mel Allen, Mel Allen, lend me your cliché -- The Greeks had a woid for it, so why speak English? -- The trouble with Shakespeare, you remember him -- Never mind the overcoat, button up that lip -- My my -- Me, I play the harp, it's just one syllable -- I can't have a martini, dear, but you take one, or, are you going to sit there guzzling all night? -- I always say there's no place like New York in the summer, or, that cottage small by a waterfall was snapped up last February.
The strange case of Mr. Wood's frustration, or, a team that won't be beaten better stay off the field -- Table talk -- To ee is human -- That's funny, wasn't it? No, it won't be -- What's in a name? Here's what's in a name, or, I wonder what became of John and Mary -- Try it Suns. and Hols.; It's closed then -- Posies from a second childhood, or, hark how gaffer do chaffer -- How to harry a husband, or, is that accessory really necessary? -- Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let's let down our hair -- What, no sheep? -- What the well-read patient is talking about, or, look, Ma, what I got -- Who'll buy my lingual? or, you pronounce Pluie, Louie -- Who wants to travel all over Europe and see nothing but a lot of American tourists? I do -- Crossing the border.
Up from the Egg: the confessions of a nuthatch avoider -- I know exactly who dropped the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's chowder -- Attitudes toward gratitude from selections from early recollections -- Old is for books -- Period period -- If I had the wings of a heliocopter, or, Hall's mills that ends mills -- No woe is gossamer to Mr. Bessemer -- The invitation says from five to seven -- I'll eat my split-level turkey in the breezeway -- The self-effacement of Electra Thorne -- The snark was a boojum was a prawn -- There'll always be a war between the sexes, or, a woman can be sometimes pleased, but never satisfied -- Preface to the past -- The strange case of the lucrative compromise -- The strange case of the blight that failed, or, never underestimate the power of a great-aunt -- A tale of the thirteenth floor.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)171097
(OCoLC)ocm00171097
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WorldCat Identities Nash, Ogden, 1902-1971.
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