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Lewis Burke Frumkes
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Manhattan Cocktail: And Other Irreverent Observations on Life, Taxes, and Meter Maids

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In the spirit of Robert Benchley, with the updated slant of humorists such as Dave Barry, Lewis Burke Frumkes brings us Manhattan Cocktail. In this delirious collection, Frumkes parodies normalcy through mild-mannered satire, bizarre concepts, and sly sophistication.

Manhattan Cocktail intoxicates us, blending vintage Americana with modern mania. Frumkes puts a spin on our

Unknown Binding, 169 pages
Published September 1st 1989 by Simon & Schuster
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In the old pre-website days you could find Lewis Burke Frumkes between Fruit and Frustration in the Readers Guide to Periodical Literature. But Lewis has grown some and now as you meet his cyberself you may be surprised to find that he is the author of seven books most notably “How To Raise Your I.Q. By Eating Gifted Children,” “Metapunctuation,” “The Logophile’s Orgy,” and “Manhattan Cocktail; th ...more
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